While online dating has expanded people's social connections in order to make more romantic ones, the LUNAR Moondust program has since inspired two interns to take such digital touches to the next level. In fact, it melds the such hi-tech advancements with real-world meetings in order to strike a nice balance between the two.
The LUNAR Moondust program allowed Marie Noury to explore the idea of gathering information from all social networks in a stone-like pendant she has dubbed Wizz. Wizz helps figure out who the wearer will like and alert them to those with similar interests in the area around them.
Toby Stopper used the LUNAR Moondust program to develop a charm bracelet that essentially broadcasts the wearer's interests to the world. The charms glow for more visibility.
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