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The Lumiloop is a modular LED bracelet designed by Elise Co and Nikita Pashenkov that can apparently interpret the wearer's wrist movements and generate illuminated patterns in response. Each module in the bracelet has an 8x8 LED matrix driven by an interchangeable program module and also includes an embedded software module with an accelerometer to register movement. Before you ask — no you can't buy one; it's only in effect at the Seamless show at MIT's Media Lab.

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