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Hands-free Tinder will make choices based on your heartrate

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In the latest story to be filed under 'Technology moving too quickly', marketing agency T3 has released a promo for a hands-free version of Tinder which swipes left or right based on your heart rate.

The video, which shows off the app's futuristic design, berates how users of "traditional Tinder" use their heads to match potential dates - and promises that hands-free Tinder lets you "choose with your heart".

The concept is that a picture will either increase or decrease your heart rate. If it's the former, it's a yes. If it's the latter, it's a no.

Although an actual date hasn't yet been set for its release, the promo promises that we'll be seeing it soon in the app store.

That's if the robots haven't taken over by then.

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