The e-touch is a smart bracelet that has to be synced to your mobile device, when entering an event, meeting or club. When the connection between your mobile device and the e-touch is made, you can go ahead and 'e-Shake'.
How does it work?
When entering an event you’ll receive an e-Touch bracelet. By shaking hands with other people wearing an e-Touch, the bracelets connect and sync information trough your handshake, called the ”e-Shake”. The information received trough e-Shaking will be sent to an app, called Shake-on, on your mobile device which will store the information on your phone. Depending on your app settings/preferences the new information/friendship will be published on your Shake-on account (your personal page on the Shake-on social website).
Wants:1) Because the e-touch will be used at business meetings, the bracelet should be as neutral as possible. So no fancy colors should be used.
2) It must fit under a sleeve, it shouldn't be to big or thick.
3) Because of hygienic reasons the bracelet should exist of two parts. One part were all the technology is put in (electronics part, dimension 25x20x08 mm) and the other part which would be a plastic band that can be thrown away after use. These parts should be integrated in a way that it wouldn't be noticeable for the costumer.
4) A 'Shake-on' logo. We don't have a final design for Shake-on. You can design your own Shake-on design for now.
5) A 3D model that can be used for 3D printing and promotional videos. I don't prefer any software!
Don't Wants:A smart bracelet that looks like a toy or a gadget.
Additional InformationFirst of all let me tell you that we are a start-up with a small team, of which non of us has the skills to draw professional hand sketches. I made a sketch my self to give an impression of what I except from the designers.
I will also provide you with a couple links to other similar products.
#2 E-Shake by Kevin Spencer by kspence
This device has been designed using a soft molded material, like Silicone or TPE. The electronic portion is a hard enclosure and pops out of the soft strap. It is overall very minimal and clean, appropriate for business and networking users alike. Subtle colours would be used as well.
A 3D file can be supplied upon request.
A 3D file can be supplied upon request.
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