Fitness Tracker Shuts Off Digital Devices If Users Haven’t Exercised

Fitness Tracker Shuts Off Digital Devices If Users Haven’t Exercised
technology

A hack that turns off power to electronics if the user doesn't meet fitness goals.

Yi Chen
  • 8 february 2013

Charalampos from Building Internet of Things has come up with a clever idea to make sure that there’s more at stake when you skip a workout. Charalampos created a clever hack that uses a FitBit tracker and a Belkin WeMo to cut off power to any plugged-in device if the wearer doesn’t reach his/her fitness goal.

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