A fun way to show your contact preferences at live events

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Calix, a computer software company in California, recently hosted their first live event in 22 months. Attendees were vaccinated and all the sensible COVID precautions weretaken but it was this simple idea that was especially brilliant with the green wristbands being the most popular. Maybe a clever idea for a charity that could produce the wristbands for events.



What do you think?


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Shanil f @ 2021.10.03 7:15 AM
great Idea

Kris McCracken @ 2021.10.07 5:08 PM
This one is a great idea that could be applied more broadly. I'm thinking about anyone with anxiety around being touched/ feeling crowded. It'd be great to have a non-plastic option too.

Lynn Wood @ 2021.10.07 5:15 PM

Excellent points Kris! I'll let our IdeaSpies Inclusion and Industrial Editors know.

I bought a toy today from Viking Toys in Sweden made from sugarcane. Australia could make these toys as well.


Marcus Gordon @ 2022.01.29 7:16 AM
It's reusing the traffic light concept for if you're available or not on nights out. But yeah, it could have other uses if applied for mental health and learning disability needs at events


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