Anyone looking to get into shape, monitor their sleep, stress, nutrition, activity or lifestyle in more detail may be interested in the new advanced virtual health assistant that has been created called Shae.
Shae has been built by Personal Health 360 and comes in the form of a smartphone and smartwatch application that can help you obtain the personal health goals you have been aiming for.
Shae has launched over on Kickstarter crowdfunding website this week and has already raised over $125,000 with still 26 days remaining on its campaign. Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the Shae personal assistant and the features it has to offer.
Shae’s developers explain more about their inspiration and concept.
What if there was a single solution that knows EXACTLY what is best for YOUR body at THIS EXACT TIME in your life? Meet Shae. Your very own Virtual Health Assistant, whose only interest is to keep YOU healthy and happy. All of the time.
Shae has been designed to eliminate the confusion around health. Making health simple, and convenient. No more shot in the dark solutions for your nutrition, exercise and even lifestyle needs. No need for trying to keep up with the latest information, or even having to plan or remember healthy choices.
The world-renowned team behind Shae is led by Matt Riemann, who was diagnosed as terminally ill with a rare genetic disorder and went on to travel the world, working with geneticists and health specialists around the globe to figure out something that not only changed his life but will change millions of lives for the better.
He reverse engineered the solution and created “Siri for your health” – a revolutionary virtual health assistant called Shae who provides a customized experience based on your specific epigenetic make up that can actually change your health, in real-time.
For more information on the new Shae jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make a pledge via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Concepts & Design, Gadgets News, Top News