Liber8 bringing battery-less fashion bracelet to market, but is E-Ink fashionable?

We spoke with start-up Liber8's Reka Kovacs about the happenings at the company following its $104,000 Indegogo funding campaign for its Tago Arc, a bracelet with a 150 pixel per inch (ppi) E Ink (see the October 16, 2012 LREJ) electrophoretic display that updates via near field communication (NF...

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