VSN Mobil is going to launch a broad range of products later this year, one such product is the V.BTTN programmable, wearable Bluetooth button. To unlock the true potential of this product, which would allow users to accomplish various tasks with just one push of a button, VSN Mobil is now accepting entries for its “My Button Challenge,” providing developers an opportunity to win $10,000 in prize money. Developers who participate in this challenge will receive a pre-production version of the V.BTTN.
The V.BTTN is truly a wearable, programmable button which can be attached to a pendant, a wristband, a keychain or even a belt clip to make it truly wearable. It pairs with the user’s Bluetooth enabled smartphone and can even function as a game controller using the built-in accelerometer, this is just one example, in reality the possibilities are limitless. Interested developers can submit entries for My Button Challenge through http://vsnmobil.challengepost.com, qualified participants will be notified on February 17th, 2014. Grand prize winner will receive $7,500 whereas the second prize winner will get $2,000. Third place gets seven free V.BTTN units, and the Popular Vote Award winner will receive $500. Judging and voting period runs through May 26th to May 30th. The competition is going to be judged by a group of well known tech journalists and analysts, including Ross Rubin of Reticle Research, Melissa J. Perenson, contributor to Fox News, Consumers digest and others, Eliane Fiolet, the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo and Avram Piltch of Laptop Magazine.
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