Liber8, a Hungarian startup company designed a smart-jewellery line that has gain popularity in the information and technological communication sector, evoking the attention of Techcrunch, the leading forum of ICT. The project is so successful that the fundings needed for the mass production were gathered within 10 hours, reports

The product, called ’tago arc’ is a bracelet that can be connected with a cell phone via NFC technology – this is used Bluetooth – enabling the user to create a design for the jewel which will be visible on the device. ‘Tago arc’ receives the energy needed for changing designs from the mobile, so that users do not have to charge the product. The public’s reaction to the new Hungarian smart device was an unquestionable success, due to its uniqueness on the smart wearables’ market.


The main aim of the developers was to enable users express themselves with a high quality, extraordinary wearable that won’t fall out of use. There’s an endless range of patterns that you can create, ensuring the timelessness of the piece. Fashion trends come and go, but with the help of the E-Ink surface, you can shape this accessory to fit your personal style at all times.

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  1. Sir/Ma’am

    i am jewellery design student and i am perusing my graduation from Pearl Academy india(Jaipur) and is affiliated to Nottingham trent university in collaboration with laureate university.
    I request you to notify me and provide me with ample information that can help me in my research that i am doing on Digitalisation of jewellery/wearable technology.

    Thanking You,
    Dibakar Nag
    [email protected]

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