52 listings. Ventures, apps and devices related to self monitoring and self improvement.
Quantified Self Search Results
Articles responsive to on the query "quantified self" in the Huffington Post.
Epson Healthcare Wristwatch-Type Pulse Monitor
Press announcement for an Epson optical pulse monitor. The device combines sensitive LEDs to measure bloodflow through the wrist with an accelerometer to filter noise generated when the patient's arms move.
Epson's GPS Running Monitor
Press announcement for an Epson heart-monitor watch designed for athletes. The watch combines long battery life with a correction algorithm that handles discrepancies in the GPS data.
Issy-Les-Moulineaux, Fr. The company creates smart products and apps for people to take care of themselves and their loved ones, plus access to access to infinite computing and storage facilities at no extra cost. Things include blood pressure monitors, pulse monitors, baby monitors, scales and activity trackers.
San Francisco, CA. Productes wireless activity and fitness trackers, typically in a wristband format. Data can be managed via PC or mobile device. Product brands include Force, Aria, Flex and Zip.
Basis Science, Inc.
San Francisco, CA. Offers a wrist-based health tracker and online personal dashboard to help people quantify their daily routines. Four sensor types measure steps taken, calories burned, sleep quality and heart rate.
Zurich. Integrating gamification and social networking principles, the Dacadoo platform calculates a personal dacadoo health score, a number from 1 to 1,000 using secure wireless sensors. Also provides solutions for corporate workplace health promotion and the insurance industry. Formerly QUENTIQ.
San Francisco, CA. The UP wristband plugs into a smartphone via the Simple Sync connector to help track sleeping, movement and diet. Jawbone also makes headsets and the Jambox.
Pittsburgh, PA. A pioneer in the development of wearable body monitors, BodyMedia is a subsidiary of Jawbone and their technology has been used in numerous clinical research studies.
San Francisco, CA. Creates apps for healthy, sustainable weight loss. API enables developers to create health and fitness apps, devices, and services that can exchange data with MyFitnessPal.
Salt Lake City, UT. Personalized fitness measurements via wrist bracelet and shoe clip, with a wireless charging unit. Incorporates multiple 3-axis accelerometers, pulse-oximeter & skin temperature sensor. The Amiigo SDK uses a low-level BLE stack that will help imaginative applications come to life. Fully Indiegogo funded.
Dallas, TX. Offers two smartwatches, Strata and Frame, that have customizable widgets on the screen. Uses Bluetooth 4.0 technology (BR/BLE). Open source with developers community at metawatch.org.
New York, NY. Combines assisted GPS, GSM cell tower location, and WiFi hotspot triangulation to locate and communicate with a children's wristband. FCC certified technology beams the cell signal away from the child.
10 Useful Tech Gadgets For Tracking Your Health
An article identifying key Quantified Self technologies, including Pulse Oximeters, Sleep Sensors, Heart Rate Monitors and more.
MIO Global (Physical Enterprises Inc.)
The MIO Alpha sport watch provides continuous, accurate heart rate monitoring without a chest strap by using LED's. Bluetooth connects the device to smartphones and apps.
Moffett Field, CA. Markets the Scout and Scanaflo. The Scout raised over $1.7 million on IndieGoGo and measures blood pressure, pulse and temperature. Results will be synced with smartphone apps.
A smartwatch for Android that uses the light around it to make the color screen visible even in bright sunlight. The Toq has extended battery life & sends updates from an Android smartphone to the user's wrist.
Redwood City, CA. Invents and manufactures wearable computing products, including the Bloom necklace and Shine. The user can set and track goals for weight and sleep.
Bexhill, UK. Aggregates product listings and reviews in the wearable category. Visitors are encouraged to share their wearable tech experiences. The product photos are Pinterest-integrated.
Herzliya, Il. A Wearable device designed with developers in mind, with open communication protocols, API/SDK, and sensor data streams. Developers can create apps for iPhone, Android, and other devices that support Bluetooth Low Energy.
San Diego, CA. Pairing skin-conformal biosensors with advanced analytics generates a personal wellness profile. Electrozyme creates printed wearable biosensors for application in sports, fitness, wellness, and healthcare. A Mark Cuban-backed company.
Owlet Baby Care
Provo, UT. Monitors an infant's vital signs from a smartphone (optional). The sock measures a baby's heart rate and oxygen levels and sends this information via Bluetooth 4.0 and WiFi.
Houston, TX. Offers Strydalizer, a pair of sensor-fitted insoles that a runner can insert into any regular running shoe. The company name implies "Real-Time Sensing," using sensors to provide actionable guidance to users. Kickstarter 100%+ backed.
Stockholm, Swe. The Narrative Clip is a body-worn, lifelogging camera that gives the user a searchable and shareable photographic memory. Kickstarter 100%+ successfully funded.
Oulu, Fin. A ring-size wellness computer that sits on a finger measuring pulse waveform, the exact time between heart beats and calculating parameters like heart rate, respiration rate and their variation over time. Kickstarter staff pick, 100%+ funded.
Palo Alto, CA. Lumo's echnology platform leverages smart sensors and software to optimize performance and addresses human biomechanics through real-time body movement tracking.
Wearable Tech Expo
Sectors include Augmented Reality; Connected Family & Pets; Connectivity & Apps; Entertainment; Fashion; Fitness; Medical; and Sports. Organized by Technology Marketing Corporation.
London, UK. Creates and develops products to allow meaningful interactions between individuals. The flagship Pillow Talk wristband lets users share their heartbeats with their significant others.
San Francisco, CA. A social fitness enabling athletes to share their activities from GPS devices. The Strava dataset is in the scale of a trillion GPS data points and is available to developers.
Organized by Trammell Ventures. Focuses on everything from information security in wearable tech to the sense of touch being integrated into prosthetics. Uses the hashtag #BDYHAX.
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