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The Pebble – Sense Danger

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10:16 AM | 12 July 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Smart, simple and easy to make happen. The Pebble Sense Danger idea from a pair at SCA London picked up a Future Cannes Lions this year.

It's a simple concept that makes use of the Pebble watch and notifies deaf people, of which there are 70 million around the world when their is danger nearby.

We'll say no more, watch the video above and see for yourself.

Credits


Creatives: Tom Bender & Tom Corcoran
School: School of Communications of Arts


Awards
Future Lions 2013 - Winner

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