Keven Bates, the creator of the Arduboy programmable business card, has taken his upcoming project and stuffed it into the coolest bracelet you’ll see all week. The wearable, made of copper and exposed circuitry (do not get it wet, naturally) can play Tetris on a tiny LCD screen. You move the blocks by tapping the sides of the bracelet and it scrolls the falling parts across multiple screens, from top to bottom. It even keeps score.
The bracelet is currently a prototype but Bates is planning on adding some 3D-printed parts to make it look actually wearable and ensure you don’t get shocked. The bracelet contains a tiny computer that runs the game and is completely programmable. Angry Birds on your wrist, anyone?