Kickstarter: EMBRACE+, a Smart Piece of Wearable Technology

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There are only a few days left to fund this Kickstarter! The EMBRACE+ is a bracelet that lets you know when you get e-mails, text messages, etc…all without constantly checking your phone. The project is being carried out by Paul Hornikx
and Rudi Beijnen, self-described as “technology fanatics with a passion for building something from scratch.” The bracelet lights up based on what kind of message you receive. It will be compatible with both Android and iOS devices. This is actually the team’s second attempt at raising funds for the EMBRACE+, and this time around was much more successful.

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Through the simple EMBRACE+ app, you select what you want to filter, then select a color, and you’re good to go!

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Check out the tech demo below:

Rewards:

  • $5 – Name added to the website.
  • $49 – One EMBRACE+ and a charging cable shipped in fancy packaging. The app can be downloaded for free in the App Store and Google Play Store.
  • $99 – One EMBRACE+, charging cable, and a satin pouch with LTD embroidery shipped in the luxurious LTD packaging
  • $249 – One EMBRACE+, charging cable, exclusive hand-screen print with your message of choice, a satin pouch with SE embroidery, and a personal written thank you word from Paul and Rudi, shipped in the beautiful SE packaging

Back EMBRACE+ on Kickstarter! If it gets up to $250K in funding (they are currently at around the $220K mark, originally asking for $80K), they’ll add a Find My Phone app alarm function.

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