5-speed listening (Moods - Level 0)

Wristband lets others know your mood






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A wristband called Moodbeam lets people know your mood. A company designed it to help hospital workers. It wanted staff to monitor their mood. Wearers can check their mood by logging in to their information in the cloud. Employers can see the data stored in the cloud. They can find out how workers are feeling.

A worried mother thought of the idea. She wanted to know how her daughter was feeling. Moods are hard to explain and difficult to talk about. The company wants to change the way we see mood and make it easier to talk about it. We can have better conversations with those we care about. We can also lead happier lives.

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