Heapsylon Sensoria Sock

Body Location

Worn on the Legs & Torso

Primary Application

Fitness

About Sensoria Fitness Socks & Anklet

The Sensoria Sock is a pressure sensing textile sock that accurately records user's footsteps base on the pressure and timing of the foot landing. It offers better result than the traditional accelerometer based wearable devices which measure limb movements to calculate foot steps taken. It also detects cadence and balance for the wearer. There is also a new T-Shirt version which uses similar textile to monitor the wearer's heart rate.

Company

Heapsylon

Device Name

Sensoria Fitness Socks & Anklet

Product Release

August 2014

Price

$199.00 USD

Sensoria Fitness Socks & Anklet Network


Components

Accelerometer, Altimeter & Pressure Sensor

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Bluetooth

Compatibility

iOS

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