This crazy shoulder wearable wants to help you flirt

This crazy shoulder wearable wants to help you flirt

Looking to step up your flirting game? This device, called the Ripple, can tell when someone’s staring at you via two cameras on your shoulders and notifies you by sending a shiver down your back.

The Ripple was invented by four students from the Royal College of Arts in London as a conceptual piece. Don’t expect this thing to replace Tinder any time soon, so far the team has only made two working prototypes.

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