Smart LED Nails that Light Up Near NFC Signals

Manicures are getting techy and flashier in Japan with Takara Tomy Arts smart LED nails. 
 
Takara Tomy Arts smart LED nails, Lumi Deco Nail light up when near a smartphone. (Photo Courtesy of Gizmodo)
 
The LED incorporated press-on sticker nails, Lumi Deco Nail, are wireless and battery-free, according to a Gizmodo report. The nails are powered by NFC signals and light up near NFC applications in smartphones, railway ticket readers, office NFC identification systems, or at shops that emit. 
 
Consumers can program the settings in which the nails light up with smartphones. The LED nails are compatible with iOS and Android 4.0 systems, a corresponding App will be available on Google Play for download. 
 
Currently available Lumi Deco Nail sets and patterns. (Photo Courtesy of Takara Tomy Arts)
 
Each nail set comprises 16 nails, but only one is LED incorporated. The Japanese toy company has priced the nails at 1,200 Japanese yen (US$ 11.75), much cheaper than getting a manicure. 
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