The Catholic Church is targeting younger generations with the launch of its own wearable device: the 'Click to Pray eRosary.' Yes, that's its full and proper title.
It consists of ten black beads and a "smart cross" that stores data linked to the app.
MANILA-In a world dominated by smart devices, it's no wonder even a thousand-year-old institution such as the Vatican would catch up to promote its brand of spirituality and tradition. It's thought the Vatican is using this to help the church reach tech-savvy millennials and Gen Z.
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The rosary will then begin to track your prayer progress throughout the mysteries and notes each rosary completion.
The accompanying app gives users access to audio guides, images, and personalized content about the praying of the Rosary.
This technology is created to bring together the spiritual tradition of the church with modern technology as well as helping people to learn how to pray for peace or contemplate the Gospel. There is the standard rosary, a contemplative rosary or a thematic rosary. The Click to Pray eRosary is worn like any other bracelet, but it hides tech in a thick metal cross that enables it to detect movement and connect with a smartphone. This smart wearable, as the Vatican calls it, combines a connected bracelet with an app to help the faithful pray for world peace.
The device was developed by Taiwan-based GadgeTek Inc.