Given the enormous surge in popularity with wearable fitness trackers, it makes sense the next step would be intuitive technology products capable of gauging your mood. Trend Hunter Director of Content Jaime Neely counts down her favorite examples of automated emotion from high tech emotive jewelry to mood-revealing hair accessories to hi-tech stress balls.
An example of intuitive technology from Moodmetric is a mood ring that can track the wearer's feelings with an accompanying app. The Sensoree Neurotiq project consists of a 3D printed, web-like nest consisting of color-changing LEDs. While it might be a bit much for everyday, it definitely helps you express how you feel. Meanwhile Bossy is a modern take on the stress ball. It lets you organize your potentially stress-causing day to day priorities using a touch screen display.