This Hungarian smart bracelet uses the same tech as your Kindle to keep changing its look

This Hungarian smart bracelet uses the same tech as your Kindle to keep changing its look

26 March 2019

Fitbit tracks your sleep pattern. Apple Watch answers emails. The Tago Arc, meanwhile, is a wearable focused on just one thing — looking as good as possible.

Created by Hungarian startup LIBER8, the smart bracelet uses e-ink — the same technology used in e-readers — to keep changing its look.

The bracelet’s design can be changed using a smartphone and app. There’s no battery inside, but a chip embedded in the bracelet picks up power from either your phone, or a wireless charging pad.

The team have already sparked global attention, smashing their $40,000 crowdfunding goal to raise more than $104,000 on Indiegogo.

Developers are now looking to use the same technology to create dynamic e-ink tiles, pattern-changing curtains, and a reusable security pass.

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