The W/Me Wristband Gains Momentum on Kickstarter



A daily search of Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Circle Up always reveals interesting new ways to quantify the data we are now able to capture with wearable computing. Today we find a wristband that looks a lot like the Nike Fuelband, with a medical grade sensor that tracks activity in your autonomous nervous system (ANS) and focuses on your breathing. Coming from a new company called Phyode, led by Michael Li and Daniel Weng, the W/Me wristband professes to be able to “decode the heart rate variability, map out your autonomic nervous system, and indicate your mental state at any given moment.” ┬áDefinitely worth taking a look at their Kickstarter campaign which is gaining momentum.

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