Posture Pulse Is A Posture Sensor Worn On Your Waist
Date Published: 08/14/2014 2:01 AM
Stop slouching all day like a neanderthal, the PosturePulse is a wearable belt-like device that gives you haptic feedback when you're posture is bad. If you begin to slouch and your back begins to look like an 'S' like it normally does, a simple vibration will be sent to the device to tell your body to straighten up, and over time your muscles will be trained to stand tall and confident as if you were someone important with something meaningful to say. The Posture Pulse works while standing, walking, or sitting by attaching it to your chair, can work under your clothes or over your clothes, and has one simple button on it that lets you easily turn it on and off through your clothing.
The PosturePulse has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to one week with normal use, contains a three-axis accelerometer to measure your posture, has a 2 inch wide strap for waist sizes 26"-36", and contains three notification LEDs for low battery, charging, and startup. The PosturePulse is currently in a funding phase on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery date of December 2014, so go reserve yours now, and be sure to check it out in action via the video below.