If you have a number of social networks that require you to keep track of updates and notifications. You might be interested this new social bracelet called the hicon.
The hicon design allows you to add or remove interchangeable social network icons that when added to the social bracelet allow you to receive notifications from that social network directly on your wrist.
The social bracelet connects to your smartphone for the notifications to be triggered using a companion application and is also capable of warning you when you have left your smartphone behind or move over 30 meters from it. Its creators explain more :
“hicon is a groundbreaking, wearable communicator that helps you effortlessly share and organize all your social media. Tether this fashion smart wristband wirelessly to any smartphone via its intuitive app and go!
Now all your social accounts like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Linked In, Pinterest, Viber, WhatsApp and Google Plus are represented by customized icons displayed right on your wrist. When an alert goes to your smartphone, hicon gently vibrates and lights up in real-time, displaying your specified social network. hicon also makes meeting new people a breeze.
When users with matching preset interests come in contact, the band will blink to help you make a connection. hicon brilliantly brings on-line social networking to the physical space. When it’s time to transfer information between devices, do it with a simple hand shake … it’s that easy! hicon even locates your misplaced phone. It’s 100% waterproof, sand and shock proof, so you can wear it ANYWHERE.”
The hicon project is currently over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website looking to raise $60,000 to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think hicon is something you could use to stay up to date with your social networks, visit the Indiegogo website now to be one of the first to own one.
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