Joy

  • Develops Octopus, a smartwatch for kids that promotes good habits using haptic feedback; enables caregivers to set behavior reminders and alerts
  • Directly competes with other kids' smartwatches, such as AmbyGear and VTech Kidizoom Plus, but offers limited functionality compared to compet...

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