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  • A wristband that changes the way you feel
  • A wristband that changes the way you feel
    Doppel (2015) ©

A wristband that changes the way you feel

There's already so much technology out there to track your sleep or daily steps that it's hard to imagine where another would fit. But Doppel is part of a new breed of wearables; a wristband that instead of simply informing you about your mood, can actively change it too.



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