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This Device Might Get Your Smartphone-Loving Kids Moving

Moff, a maker of Bluetooth bands, hopes its devices will encourage kids to get active even when they're staring at a tablet.

This isn't any old game of Pac-Man. This one's controlled by a wearable on your wrist.

Well, your wrist and some pretty forceful gestures.

She's wearing Moff, a Bluetooth bracelet designed for kids.

Moff works with iOS and Android. The company says its goal is to get kids to be active when using phones and tablets.

We just hope they don't mind if the occasional adult decides to play, because that Pac-Man game is coming this spring.

Check out Newsy's CES 2016 coverage here.

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