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Shine, by Misfit Wearables, is a wearable device that is used to track a wide range of activity. It is roughly the size of 2 or 3 stacked quarters, and uses a proprietary technique of data transfer that doesn’t require cables, charging stations, WiFi, or Bluetooth. The device displays via a series of lighted dots to indicate the completion level.
Shine activity tracker by Misfit Wearables. (Accelerometer and other as-yet-unknown sensors). All-metal, waterproof activity tracker that you can sync with your smartphone just by placing it on your phone screen. Proprietary sensor algorithms track cycling and swimming, in addition to steps. Replaceable battery. "To see how active you've been throughout the day, simply tap Shine and a halo of lights shines through invisible micro-holes, laser drilled into the metal casing."
THIS IS THE ULTIMATE EXAMPLE of what we're doing. The client's original inspiration was this piece. Lighting similar, graphics a toned down version, drama not as intense. ours will be more family friendly, smiling, but with gamey intensity.