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Motion sensors adapt to your desires

30 September 2013 Last updated at 10:37 BST

Most wearable technology tends to be used for specific purposes - like measuring your sleep patterns or calorie burn.

But one start-up is developing a capsule-sized device which can be easily programmed by its users.

The "kiwi move" contains motion sensors which can be customised by users to carry out a wide variety of tasks - from baby monitoring to securing valuables.

The BBC's North America technology correspondent Richard Taylor caught up with its founder to see it in action.

You can follow Richard on Twitter at @RichTaylorBBC.

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