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    Wearables: Wearable packaging as jewellery

    Jul 20 • No Comments

    Wearables – technology to be worn on the body – are quite clearly a trend for the years to come. Why not extend it to packaging? The French company OBO currently concentrates on developing a scent container that doubles as a piece of jewellery to be worn on a necklace or bracelet. OBO stands for [&hellip...

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