Wearable technology often offers up set activity tracking or health tracking capabilities but the Kiwi Move lets users customize and set what they want their wearable to do. The device is about the size of a capsule and can easily be programmed and controlled by the user. The sensors features in the Kiwi Move allow the wearable to function in limitless applications -- from baby monitoring to securing valuables.
Weighing in at just one ounce, the Kiwi Move packs an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer, barometer, thermometer and microphone. All these features allow the device to be used in multiple applications and the 2GBs of storage allows users to program commands into the Kiwi Move. The device is also capable of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connection to the internet and mobile devices respectively.
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The Kiwi Move Lets Users Decide What Their Wearable Device Does
- By: Justin LamJun 1, 2018