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Wear a camera on your wrist with the help of this Kickstarter project

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Thanks to Fitbit and Apple Watch, wrist wearables have become almost as ubiquitous as smartphones. Sporting the latest wearable on your wrist signals to the world that you're an early adopter who is on the cutting edge of tech. SEE ALSO: Learn how to create Arduino wearables with this e-book collection A Kickstarter campaign is hoping you'll ditch your fitness trackers and smartwatches to wear an HD wide-angle camera on your wrist instead.
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