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Electronic Sensing Jewelry : Real Mood Jewelry

Remember mood rings? You can still get them today. They are supposed to change colours with your moods. They couldn't really predict your emotional state but the hollow glass or quartz stone containing liquid crystals did change colour in response to temperature changes. For example, your skin temperature does rise very slightly when you are excited. So when a mood ring turned red, it was supposed to equate to happiness, passion even anger. Take your pick. But the rings actually respond much better to ambient temperature than to you as much of it is not in direct skin contact but exposed to the air.

However, Skintile, a concept electrosensing jewelry line does really offer emotional and physiological sensing. These decorative wireless, stick-on body sensors are stretchable, non-allergenic and flexible and they completely "redefine traditional body adornment"! Skintile is one of a number of futuristic projects being investigated by Phillips Design Probes which could become mainstream in years to come.


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  1. Well I hope they have stuff for your neck and your hands cause that's about the only parts I'm showing!

  2. LOL! Me, too Bette Jo. Jewelry for the legs would be good also especially in the summer.

  3. Wow! How amazing is that! I've never seen anything like it. Wouldn't be able to hide your feelings, wearing that jewelry... I could see that being a problem for some marriages! hehehe

  4. Cindy - maybe there would be positive outcomes from being able to show your feelings too!

  5. Sistren Pearl,

    Looks like my childhood mood ring finally grew up!

    Bless Up,
    Lady Roots

  6. I don't know about you Lady Roots but the new mood jewelry is too grown-up for me!!


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