I've written before that fitness trackers have serious problems--your standard Fitbit, Fuelband, or Jawbone Up is little more than a pedometer with bonus charts. But that's not a knock on the idea of fitness trackers, just the execution: these gadgets could be amazing! All they have to do is start thinking for themselves. The Basis Band, a wristwatch-like tracker, could be the first to really understand that, so we found Basis's booth at CES and asked them about it.
Video by Benny Migliorino.
Fun Fun Fun I want one of these!
We (self-trackers) are the future! Eventually we will move from simply tracking ourselves to optimizing our lives. Basis is the first step in that direction.
Can you express your everyday life in numbers? Can you improve your life by turning it into a series of games and experiments? Follow my personal Quantified Self experiment to find out: www.measuredme.com
uptil I looked at the paycheck saying $9060, I have faith ...that...my friend could realey making money part-time on their laptop.. there dads buddy started doing this for under 19 months and just now cleared the mortgage on there villa and purchased a gorgeous Saab 99 Turbo. read more at, http://www.bit90.com