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
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.
But perhaps the most intriguing of its abilities is that it allows wearers to communicate with one another, offering a new tool for social networking that, like Snapchat, will probably go on to confound older users should the technology catch on.