Are you looking for a mate? Then this wearable shoulder equipment will definitely help you to attract someone you MAY love, may attract a mate to you.
It is just designed for flirting. This is how it works;
The anemone is part of a larger, upper-body wearable called Ripple. It’s designed to alert you when someone is staring at you — via two cameras within the shoulders — by sending a shiver down your back with the wire shoulder rig. If you turn to look at your admirer, Ripple will tap you in the chest when you’re facing the correct direction.
The designers of the product seem very concerned that face-to-face flirting is disappearing in a world where everyone is glued to their smartphones all day. We quote them;
We are less present in real life, making it harder for us to communicate with others face to face. Although we are constantly surrounded by people, we behave as if we were on our own. We believe that our eyes always communicate, longing to connect with others. Ripple enhances this channel, and expands our awareness of what is happening around us.
“Ripple is a wearable extension of your body for the future of dating, which calculates who in a room is attracted to you,” they write. “When it finds someone, it gives you sensorial feedback, reflecting the excitement you feel when meeting someone special. If the attraction is mutual then its tentacles will move in reaction to their gaze, amplifying the language of seduction between the two people.”
Not only that the anemone will move in response to perceived attention. The designers say it’s “inspired by courtship observed in nature.” Can you wear that?