The French Digital Kitchen is an innovative cooking environment that features cooking utensils and ingredient containers with digitally embedded sensors alongside interactive displays, which track and evaluate a student’s activity.
As intelligent sensors are embedded into every day products from clothing to sports equipment and even cooking utensils, people are able to track and analyze the data collected from a wider variety of daily activities.
Researchers at the US University of Notre Dame have developed a recovery platform for stroke patients using the Nintendo Wii called WeHab.
Bally’s total Fitness has leveraged the capabilities of SoftKinect technology to install gesture-based interactive video walls at their gyms.
The Skip The Line mobile application combines location-based gaming with exclusive access and rewards at Six Flags Amusement Parks.
Gaming systems are tapping into people’s inherent desire to be rewarded for their positive behaviors, developing creative ways to connect real world actions with earning points or currency.
Gym-Pact is a start-up that works in collaboration with fitness centers in Boston to provide monetary disincentives for skipping the gym.
StickK.com is a site that helps users commit to personal goals ranging from losing weight, to eating vegan, or becoming debt free.
Keas is an online platform that transforms inter-office health into a collaborative competition, motivating individual well-being by requiring participants to work together as a team to meet collective health goals.