Hair clip collects evidence in the case of a street attack
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Traditional attack alarms for women may not discourage the most determined criminals, often only really work if someone is nearby to hear the signal and can often be mistaken for a car alarm. Making the devices more discreet and smart, First Sign is a hairclip that automatically detects a violent attack, notifies friends and relatives, and collects evidence to help secure a prosecution. Currently seeking funding on Indiegogo, the device consists of a clip featuring an accelerometer and Bluetooth transmitter that is around the size of a typical hairclip, and can be used as such. The clip can be linked…
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