HabitAware – ein Startup aus Indien – hat sich des Problems angenommen und nutzt Wearables – wie sie bereits als Fitness-Tracker bekannt sind – um den “Patienten” mit Vibrationen daran zu erinnern, dass er gerade wieder im Begriff ist an den Nägeln zu kauen.
Do you have certain bad habits like nail biting or hair pulling that would you like to shed? Liv by HabitAware might help. It is a smart subconscious-behavior tracker and trainer that reminds you when you are doing things you don’t want to.
HabitAware have made a bit of a name for themselves recently in technology news by launching the Liv bracelet. I don’t think much of the name either, but the concept is cool. This is a bracelet that is designed to stop your nasty habit, whether that’s nail biting, hair pulling or sucking your thumb.
Liv doesn’t want to count steps or calories, it wants to help you break bad habits. The world’s first smart subconscious-behavior tracker and awareness trainer wants to rid you of ‘Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors’ or BFRBs. That could be sucking your thumb, biting nails or pulling you hair.
Liv to konkurencyjny projekt, ale bez aż tak radykalnej terapii szokowej. Firma HabitAware proponuje bransoletkę Liv uświadamiająca sytuację wibracjami.Bransoletka ma poznawać nasze złe przyzwyczajenia i wibracją dawać znać, że sytuacja się powtarza.
It is becoming more and more difficult to stand out against the crowded market for activity trackers and smartwatches. Simply counting steps, distance, calories, and heart rate is not enough to distinguish yourself from the pack. This is where a company called HabitAware comes in with a refreshing new idea.
Liv by HabitAware is the world’s first smart subconscious-behavior tracker and awareness trainer. It helps with the second step by creating awareness of Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) like hair pulling, nail biting, thumb-sucking or skin-picking. Liv uses sophisticated sensors to record the behavior patterns of the user.
If you know someone with a compulsive behavior such as nail-biting or thumb-sucking, you may find yourself constantly telling them, “Hey, you’re doing it again.” The problem is, you can’t be watching/stopping them all the time. That’s why HabitAware’s Liv was created.
The Liv Smart Bracelet is one of the first truly second-generation wearables that I’ve seen. Unveiled this week in San Francisco at the HAX hardware accelerator’s biannual demo day, Liv, from HabitAware, is designed to break bad habits by interrupting the wearer with a vibration in the midst of doing whatever it is he or...
Most of us have some bad habit we wish we could break, and there may finally be a smart device that can help us finally kick it. The company HabitAware has created Liv, a smart bracelet that looks a whole lot like your average fitness tracker but whose main function is to tell you when …
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