Fitness Tracker Knows What Exercise You’re Doing, Calculates Accordingly

Fitness Tracker Knows What Exercise You’re Doing, Calculates Accordingly
technology

Amiigo is a bracelet, shoe clip, and app that can identify how you're exercising from your movements using gesture-based software algorithms.

Emma Hutchings
  • 19 october 2012

Amiigo is a plastic fitness bracelet and shoe clip with a corresponding app that can identify what type of exercise you’re doing from your movements. It uses gesture-based software algorithms to differentiate between exercises and also lets you know how well you’re performing. TechCrunch reports that various sensors (motion, accelerometers, infrared) track data in real-time like heart rate, blood oxygen levels, and skin temperature to measure how effective you are and how your body is responding.

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