If you thought a finger that glows when you phone home was strictly the preserve of extra-terrestrials, ro lẹẹkansi: a Japanese firm has unveiled nails that light up when you make a call.
Unlike “E.T.” ni 1982 Steven Spielberg film, modern-day Japanese fashionistas need only pick up their Android-powered smartphone to set their finger glowing.
Building on the immense popularity of manicure art — where intricate patterns and small gem-like stones are stuck on the nail — toy company Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. has developed a micro-thin LED sticker.
Awọn “LumiDecoNail” uses a technology called Near Field Communication, in which small amounts of power are transferred very short distances, to communicate with a smartphone.
It also flashes whenever the wearer uses an electronic money card such as a train pass.
The product will go on sale in Japan next week, with a set of 16 nail stickers — one of which contains the LED — wa lowo 1,200 yeni ($12) and marketed mainly at young people, said company spokeswoman Misayo Aruga.
“I am now wearing it on the middle finger of my right hand. It blinks whenever I pass through train gates, which lifts my heart a bit,” o si wi.
The company will consider marketing the cosmetic product overseas after seeing how consumers in Japan react.
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Arokọ yi, Japan duro nfun glowing Eekanna fun awon ti phoning ile, ti wa ni syndicated lati AFP ki o si ti wa ni Pipa nibi pẹlu aiye. Copyright 2014 AFP. Gbogbo awọn ẹtọ wa ni ipamọ