The system can identify different movements such as bicep curls, squats, cycling, elliptical training, etc. so users can track more detailed activities
Amiigo is unique because of gesture recognition technology, the developer team says
Both hardware components use Bluetooth 4.0 to connect to iOS and Android devices
Amiigo is a bracelet that connects to mobile devices to monitor and personalize fitness pursuits
The hardware comprises two components: a bracelet and shoe clip, both of which are waterproof
There are quite a few wearable sensors designed to provide some high tech help getting fit, such as larklife and Fitbit. But a team of designers from Salt Lake City in the U.S. is convinced there’s room for their Amiigo, a fitness bracelet project currently going the crowdfunding route. Considering how fast the project has attracted support it seems that, yes, there is room for another player in this niche.
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