Hitachi will be turning 100 and as part of their Centenary, they are offering a pedometer-like device with the Life Microscope. This device is placed on the wrist of a person and records all movements a person would make.
Being designed like a watch, actually Hitachi has also some real prototype of watches using “Life Microscope”, our “Next Gen” Pedometer once on your wrist, will be capable to record every single movement you will produce, and once these data collected and sent to a dedicated software, Hitachi is capable to display how long you walk or rest, but also capable to differentiate each of these 2 major actives like being example capable to know the difference between your sleeping time, working time (seated on a chair at your desk), as well as the difference between let’s say playing video games or eating for example.
However, on a healthy viewpoint, this is one device that should be pretty much welcome. There is no word yet on pricing and availability for the Life Microscope.
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