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Color-Changing Ring Tracks Heart Rate During Exercise

Color-Changing Ring Tracks Heart Rate During Exercise
Design & Architecture

ElectricFoxy's 'Pulse' has three colors that light up to tell the wearer if their heart rate is above, below, or on point with what it should be.

Emma Hutchings
  • 26 september 2012

Pulse‘ is a ring by ElectricFoxy that lets the wearer easily monitor their heart rate. One of three colors on the ring indicate to the wearer if their heart rate is above, below, or on point with what it should be. The ring also vibrates if you start working too hard.

Wear This Ring To Track Heart Rate During Exercise

The wearable accessory aims to keep you in your optimal fitness zone, helping you burn more calories and reach your goals more efficiently. It’s a fashionable solution for heart rate monitoring that is discrete and can be worn anywhere. An accompanying mobile app lets you set your optimal heart rate based on your goals and you can share your progress with friends.

Wear This Ring To Track Heart Rate During Exercise

‘Pulse’ provides visual and haptic feedback that helps you during your workout. If your heart rate is meeting your target, the ring pulses white. If you’re below it, it turns blue, and if you’re above it, it turns red to indicate that you’re working out too intensely. The ring is currently in experiential prototype form before going into development.

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