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Digital pin puts animated gifs on your lapel

by • March 2, 2016 • No Comments

If you are the type of man who wears graphic pins, you most likely want them to get noticed. Well, nothing attracts peoples’ attention like movement. This is definitely where Pins Collective comes in – the Swedish startup has made a button pin which displays animated gifs of the user’s choice.

Each device showcases a circular 3.4-inch LCD screen covered by protective glass, along with a microprocessor, battery and power button. Of course, there’s in addition a needle on the back, for attaching the thing to clothing.

Utilizing an iOS/Android app on a paired smartphone, users identify either gifs or yet images. These can be identifyed of a library of images made by a community of other users, or users can turn it into their own of graphics, text and/or photos and videos.

Those files are and so loaded onto the Pin via Bluetooth, where they’ll look on the screen. One USB charge of the battery should be great for of 2.5 hours of an animated display, or up to 74 hours of a yet image – which in fact sounds like the advantageous way to go.

The screen is mentioned as being semi-reflective and semi-backlit, so its content should reportedly be readily visible either indoors or out.

If you are interested in getting one of the Pins for by yourself, it is aleager the subject of a Kickstarter campaign. A pledge of US$59 can get you one, when and if they’re eager to go. The planned retail price is $99.

More information is on the market in the video at a lower place.

Source: Kickstarter

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