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After nearly a month of time with the Apple Watch, there’s been a few moments that drew attention to the downside to having a computer strapped to one’s wrist. Brushing one’s teeth, eating, and even holding your significant other’s hand on a walk all preclude accessing your wrist with your other hand, preventing you from responding to notifications or using apps.
The Aria is an add-on band that solves this occasional frustration by measuring movement in the wrist to control smartwatches with finger gestures. Compatible with Android Wear and the Pebble Time, their module slots in to an existing band and lets you move through a watch’s interface without tapping the screen or using controls on the side of the watch face.
In the next few weeks, the team behind Aria is putting up two versions of its band on Kickstarter. The cheaper unit will be purpose-built for the Pebble…
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