“Smart” belt for safe Jogging in the dark

"Smart" belt for safe Jogging in the dark
Beacon
The Beacon device from the company LumaGlo will soon become available for purchase. The gadget is a smart belt with led backlight, which will protect runners, cyclists, motorcyclists and simple pedestrians in the dark.
Beacon can be fixed around the waist, to throw over your shoulder, or come up with your own way of its location. The device is able to detect motion and, depending on it to change color. For example, when a person is approaching a traffic light or Stop sign, the belt automatically begins to Shine in red, signaling others of slowing down.
Beacon works paired with a mobile app where you can make all necessary adjustments. For example, when running on time, you can set a specific color indicating that time has expired. You can also choose different colors for alerts about incoming call, reminder, calendar or communication in social networks. This is useful if you are waiting for important news during exercise.
The device is available in different sizes, it is possible, moreover, to buy a belt for a child. On a single battery charge Beacon operates from 2 to 10 hours, depending on the colors and the brightness of the backlight, which asked the user.
Now the company is doing the sending device to those who supported her during the campaign on Kickstarter, but promises to run a full sale to all comers.

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