Movano unveils a health-tracking ring at CES 2022 #WearableWednesday
Monvano plans to pack this little ring with sensors and health trackers. The wearer will get feedback with action items for improvment from the companion app. Via Digitaltrends:
The Movano Ring measures a user’s heart rate, temperature, SpO2, calories consumed, and steps taken, among other parameters generally tracked by smart wear. However, Movano’s app is the killer feature, as it can give actionable insights to users into their health so that they can make short-term, as well as long-term, changes. For example, it can share insights on how a person sleeps, so they can have better sleep hygiene. If you’ve been working out a lot, the app will pair that with your heart health to show a correlation, and so on. From the screenshots shared on Movano’s site, it’s nothing too groundbreaking, but it is presented to be more immediately actionable than the decontextualized data other fitness-focused devices share.
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