Moodmetric will change color based on the signals given off by the wearers body

Sometimes when we're overwhelmed with stress, we don't read our body's signals. Well, what if a piece of jewelry could read them for you? Moodmetric is a wearable mood ring device with biometric sensor that tracks your emotions and moods and uploads the information to an app. The Moodmetric first debuted in 2014 at the Slush conference in Finland.

A typical mood ring can detect a person's body temperature, but not their mood.  Rather than change color, Moodmetric picks up the small changes that skin emits, depending on emotions and the sensors pick up the electrodermal activity a person's nervous system gives off.

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