Hangy at http://hangy.mobi is the mobile app for wearable devices that will make you:
the PIZAZZ at the party!
the CROWN on the conference!
the COOL in the club!
the SHOW of the fashion!
Easily express your moods, give greets, show pics or promotions and even wear styling lights! Watch the Hangy YouTube Playlist to see how it works and how to make a Mobidallion wearable device in two minutes!
iPad, iPad Mini, iPod, iPhone, Android, Blackberry 10
The Hangy site offers a fun view of famous characters wearing Hangy and imagines how they would express themselves. Click any character to VOTE for your favourite.
Inventor Dan Zen recounts, “For years, I have been watching the Web for mobile devices used as wearable expression – and have found nothing. The closest is the digitalDudz fellow – I was telling my students about putting a device on the front and back so you could see through your body since the dawn of mobile video – so we seem to have similar interests.
Why are we waiting around for digital fabric that can show the same old thing over and over – why not make use of our current devices with all the apps in the world! A whole series is planned – with similar interface, so try out Hangy and let others know!”
There are a couple existing fasteners to hang Apple devices as a necklace iHangy (not related) and Necklit. These require extra production and cost and only work with Apple devices. You can create a Mobidallion wearable device in less than 5 minutes with tape and string or use a gel case and thread string through two pencil poked holes. These free and easy techniques are more than strong enough to hold the device even with the most rambunctious of dancing! Please watch the videos to see what we mean (see the second and third in the playlist).
All the best and send us your pictures wearing Hangy!Inventor Dan Zen is an award winning digital media creator with over 80 games, gadgets, communities, and tools at http://danzen.com. Hangy was made with Adobe Flash and easily published to all platforms through Adobe AIR. Dan Zen has launched a half dozen mobile apps in FLASH/AIR such as Touchy, Wavy and Swoodle.