Navigo contains four modes: compass, navigation, proximity, and a watch, guiding the wearer according to the selected function.

Navigo is a digital vibrating bracelet that contains four modes which are a compass, navigation, proximity, and watch. The device puts all that information on the user's wrist. An end cap hides a USB port which can be used to charge the bracelet or update the software via a computer.

It communicates through vibration and guides the wearer according to the selected function. For example, in compass mode, it will vibrate to point them north.

In proximity mode, Navigo can lead them to a pre-set location or another designated Navigo wearer. This would be useful for tracking down their kids or their car if the wearer doesn't have a good sense of direction.

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