Light-Up Bracelets Could Be the Future of Tween Social Networking

Light-Up Bracelets Could Be the Future of Tween Social Networking

Gemio gives friendship bracelets a modern upgrade with unique communication features via friend-dependent light patterns and vibrations

Kelly Bonner
  • 4 december 2015

You can forget those colorful, handmade bracelets you made and exchanged with buddies at summer camp—they’re totally old school. These days, kids now have access to friendship light-up bracelets like Gemio, the younger version of the smart, connected bracelet that features snazzy features like customizable lights that recognizes when the wearer is waving and a built-in microphone that listens and flashes to the beat of music.

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