By  on May 28, 2016

Most smartwatches and fitness trackers are designed to provide a read on the wearer’s physical health. Zenta by Vinaya claims to be the first designer biometric wearable wristband to track the body and the mind.

The company said the tech accessory, which goes on sale June 1, can be used to understand a wearer’s emotions. A proprietary emotion index allows Vinaya to capture data and approximate the user’s emotional state. The more Zenta is worn, the more accurate it becomes. Zenta will be priced at $249, or $119 during the pre-sell period.

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