If you enjoy extreme sports and are looking for a way to track your activity, airtime, G-Force, speed, laps etc. You might be interested to learn that a new LIT sports activity tracker has launched on Indiegogo this month.
The LIT sports activity tracker has been designed specifically for extreme sports and is equipped with advanced sensors analyse your movements 24×7, scoring both activity and action by interpreting steps, distance, duration, intensity, strokes, paddles, jumps, rotations, turns, g-force, airtime, and more.
The LIT sports activity tracker has also been deigned to be modular. So you can wear it on your wrist, belt, lanyard, or even in your pocket. Its creators NZN Labs explain a little more:
“Launch a competition – versus yourself, versus your friends, versus the world. LIT scores everything you do. So stop talking and start doing. LIT interprets all of your movement, scores your session, and breaks it down into highly relevant components. Take or import photos or video. Once synced, LIT will automatically tag highlights (i.e. jumps, turns, airtime, max- g’s) so you no longer need to wade through hours of useless video just to find that 15 seconds of fame.”
The LIT sports tracker project is currently over on the Indiegogo website looking to raise enough pledges to make the jump from concept to production. So if you think LIT sports tracker is something you could benefit from, visit the Indiegogo website now to make a pledge and help LIT sports tracker become a reality.
Source: LITFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News