Bracelet Signals Incoming Texts And Emails By Flashing Different Colors

Bracelet Signals Incoming Texts And Emails By Flashing Different Colors

Embrace+ is a piece of wearable tech that can be set to glow based on different notifications or contacts.

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 march 2013

Embrace+ is a smart notification bracelet that flashes a range of colors for different alerts and contacts. The wearable tech is customizable and can be used to signal incoming calls, texts, and alerts from social media apps so you stay connected to your smartphone.

Useful if you’re in the middle of a workout or a meeting, the bracelet can be programmed using an app for iPhone and Android. You can choose colors for incoming calls (for specific contacts or groups), texts, emails, Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, LinkedIn, Skype, calendar alerts, alarm and timer, low phone battery, and phone out of range.

Bracelet Signals Incoming Texts And Emails By Flashing Different Colors

You can customize each with one color or two, set the number of flashes, the duration of each flash, the speed interval, the lighting brightness, and a subtle vibration with the first flash. The RGB color wheel and additional color picker provide unlimited color options, allowing you to save your favorite shades.

Embrace+ is currently raising funds on Kickstarter and you can get your hands on the smart bracelet and a charging cable for a pledge of $49. Check out the campaign video below:



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