Wearable technology NAILED Smart Finger nails Light Call NFC trigger tag
The young peoples would like to share their most cool, stylish, futuristic looking and hope also soon lightning NFC tags for their sport-wear MOVE Brand etiquettes, buttons, rivets and screws for all their cloths!
*While their NFC phone was touched with their fingers
*While their fingers closed to the smart phone which was ringing call received
smart nails' come near an NFC device
finger with NFC sticker close to NFC device
Converting RF signal in a specified field to Power up the different colour LEDs buildin in the finger sticker.
How to set up those requirements works on such NFC Lable Tags - there?
Combine such an Inlay with 3 LED that also light up if touched by a NFC mobile phone
So did you have a quite interesting NFC Tags, which have so good basis for our further fashion life!
Sometimes plus an „irregular“ NFC Tag with such 3D and with such Laser Effects (Full and part laser effects, different effects on different material and patterns, customer can have more options to choose
Irregular NFC Tags and with irregular combined light NFC Tags is most cool and most „stylish“ futuristic in look for their sport-wear MOVE Brand etiquettes, buttons, rivets and screws (for drilling in leather bags and cloths)! That's the best wishes from most of young boys and girls.
'smart fingernails' that uses Near Field Communication (NFC) to light up when it comes near an NFC-enabled device. The Android-only technology is currently available, should be popular in the world soon.
London-base CuteCircuit claims its wearable technology doesn't compromise on fashion only.
It has designed outfits that can change colour, light up or shimmer using an iPhone app.
LED lights are integrated using nylon ribbon removing the need for wires.
The batteries are disguised as buttons or clasps meaning that the designs can be created with traditional fabrics.
This means that when the 'smart nails' come near an NFC device, such as a phone, they will light up.
It also flashes whenever the wearer uses an electronic money card such as a train pass.