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November 22, 2013 AT 7:24 pm

NEW PRODUCT – myDazzu – Programmable Wearable Electronic Wristband

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NEW PRODUCT – myDazzu – Programmable Wearable Electronic Wristband – Design your own interactive light-up creation! Make a photo album that shines when you flip through it, a photo frame that lights up in the dark, a scrapbooking page that twinkles when you talk (with added sound/tilt/proximity sensors), and so much more. The Dazzu is an easy but inspiring introduction to wearable electronics.

The Dazzu board is a flexible, programmable board, with 3 LEDs that can be slipped into pretty much any project. It has built-in light and temperature sensors, and you can attach others for sound, proximity and motion sensing.

With it, you can make felt kits or paper craft that turn on in the dark, or when you press it. Wrap it around a vase, make a twinkling nightlight, slip it into a holiday album.

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No tools or soldering required! Just add the Dazzu board to any project, insert a watch battery (included), and it will start to twinkle. If you make the wristband project, please note its for child-size wrists, not adults!

Use a computer, tablet or smartphone to change the twinkling pattern directly from the screen! No software to install or wires to connect. Check out http://www.mydazzu.com for tutorials, videos and projects.

In stock and shipping now!


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