A London startup has announced a new biometric band that can tell you how happy you are

VinayaVinaya cofounder and CEO Kate Unsworth. Vinaya, the London tech startup that makes jewellery with inbuilt sensors, has announced the launch of a biometric band that can supposedly monitor your emotions. The Shoreditch-based company, which has raised $3 million from a range of big-name investors, including Bebo cofounder Michael Birch and former Index Ventures investor Robin Klein, makes fashionable wearable devices that send you subtle alerts and help you leave your smartphone in your pocket. Founded as Kovert Designs in 2013, Vinaya has previously made vibrating rings, necklaces, and bracelets. The company believes people are finding it difficult to hear their own thoughts and emotions in today’s “always on” world. Kate Unsworth, cofounder and CEO of Vinaya, told Business Insider: “What we’re doing [with Zenta] is profiling people very specifically…


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