Chuoku,Tokyo (PRWEB) December 13, 2016
Sharinka is a heart rate sensor that flashes light to the beat of one's heart and can be used in clubs or while going out dancing. KANAME Co., Ltd. launched a crowdfunding page for Sharinka on December 8th, 2016, and their goal is to raise $10,000. Sharinka is another example of innovative and fun technology from Japan, and they claim that it is sure to change the clubbing experience.
According to KANAME Co., Ltd. Sharinka solves the problem of trying to guess what others are thinking. They say it allows one to use technology to their advantage in social settings. Their slogan is: Fashion isn't merely what you wear - it's how you express yourself.
Sharinka picks up one's heart rate using a sensor and lights up to the same rhythm as the beat of the user's heart. There are several types of light patterns and colors as well. It is equipped with a lithium polymer battery that can be charged using a micro USB (same as Android phones). The battery lasts for 2-3 continuous hours for heart rates when doing typical daily activities. KANAME Co., Ltd. says they minimized its functions so that it's easy to coordinate with the clothes of the user. They claim it uses a bright LED light that can be seen from far away.
For questions and other concerns regarding Sharinka, please contact Kisuke Kobayashi at email@example.com.