HALO Tackles Key Issue Facing Smart Jewelry Adoption

by Jonathan Collins | 2Q 2016 | IN-4060

There has been a resurgence in the interest in smart jewelry, or wearable smart devices that are able to inform the network of its location or the wearer’s levels of activity, but designed with the look and feel of jewelry, rather than the plastic of a typical activity tracker. While companies such as Fossil’s Misfit unit have looked to partner with established jewelry brand Swarovski, China-based Eachpal is looking at jewelry design to make a functional device not only more appealing, but less obtrusive.

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