Activity tracker for children has a fun, social focus

Students at Patrick Henry Elementary School in Arlington, Va., use bright orange wristbands called Sqords that track their physical activity. The accelerometer is different from similar data-driven gadgets for adults because it is focused on scoring points, winning medals, competing with friends and sending messages through an avatar.

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