BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen

BEAM is a $99 smart wearable button with an AMOLED screen

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BEAM Authentic Launches Wearable Smart Display Button for People to Broadcast What They Care About and Spark Meaningful Face-to-Face ConversationsThe BEAM device offers people who love to showcase their favorite images, affinities, causes and other passions, a dynamic, interactive option to solicit support, invite healthy debate, or communicate what they value to many people all at once (without saying a single word)
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 14, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — BEAM Authentic today announced the availability of its smart wearable button, which enables people to broadcast what they care about out in the real world. BEAM devices have a round AMOLED screen, with 24-bit color, making the digital device the modern-day version of static, analog expression that has been part of pop culture on buttons, hats, t-shirts and wristbands for decades. The BEAM app enables people to upload single images or dynamic, rotating content, slideshows and GIFs through the company’s partnership with GIPHY.
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Wear and share what you care about. BEAM is the world’s first digital dynamic button.BEAMSBEAMs are available for purchase for $99 starting today, and the BEAM app is available on both iOS and Android. View a video of how BEAM works here.
“We are very rapidly losing the art of meaningful, human conversation,” says Andrew Zenoff, founder and CEO of BEAM Authentic. “With all the backlash over social media bullying, ‘screen time’ and ‘screenagers,’ BEAM demonstrates that people can use technology to not hide behind, but to start conversations in the real world that break the ice, discover common interests, and help people engage and get to know each other for productive purposes.”
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Article originally published at: Android Police