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CES 2012: Video demo of Valencell’s fitness monitoring technology

Over the past few months we’ve come across various gadgets that utilise in-ear technologies to get the most accurate health and fitness metrics (take a look at the Iqua Beat device we covered last week). At CES we also came across a company called Valencell, which aims to find out important physiological data from the wearer through their ear.

Valencell has worked its technology into small earbuds that contain the all-important tiny sensors, they then collect the data and deliver it back to a mobile device, allowing the user to see important metrics about their heart rate, calories burned and the speed they’re working at.

Other than the cool earbuds the company is pioneering, Valencell’s technologies will also be interesting to watch in the future as the in-ear system could be used in military monitoring, gaming applications or work force monitoring.

Check out our chat with one of the Valencell team about what the devices offer and what they could be used for in the coming years.

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2 Responses to "CES 2012: Video demo of Valencell’s fitness monitoring technology"

  1. […] Nike has added a new gadget to its range of digital fitness products this week. The new Nike+FuelBand sits on a user’s wrist, and has been designed to track everyday movements that could encourage people to live more active lives, much like the devices we saw at CES, like the Iqua Beat and Valencell’s earbuds. […]

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