BioRing – the personal trainer on your finger

BioRing – the personal trainer on your finger

BioRing is a device that measures both nutrition and stress in addition to the standard activity tracking metrics, giving you a detailed breakdown of the food you are eating and helping you manage your weight.

The Scandinavian company’s ring is equipped with three sensors including a 3-axis accelerometer, a Bio-impedance sensor and an optical HR sensor. These sensors send raw data to the smartphone app, where the proprietary algorithm calculates: calorie, carbs, fat and protein intake; calorie, carbs and fat burn; heart rate; heart health; sleep level; water level; stress level; activity intensity; and distance and steps.

An impressive list, indeed. The sensor also measures how long your glucose level stays inflated and how long it takes to drop back to normal.

We saw a similar campaign a couple of years ago from a Russian outfit that launched Healbe. The device did eventually make it to the market – with very mixed reviews. From those that claimed it did not work, to those that were able to make sense of some of the data.

Price: $199

Funding closed:
$735,218 USD total funds raised
 funded on August 14, 2016

Estimated delivery: November 2016

Update: It seems this campaign has been shut down. These are the dangers of backing a crowdfunded project. A while after this artcle was published Indiegogo has posted the following:

BioRing – the personal trainer on your finger
BioRing – the personal trainer on your finger

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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