Insole app tracks body movements, curbs sedentary time

04/23/2013 | KCNC-TV (Denver)

Researchers at Colorado-based startup SmartMove developed a USB rechargeable insole designed to cut sedentary time by tracking a person's movements. The insole features two sensors that determine whether a person is sitting, standing, walking, running, climbing stairs or cycling, and the data is sent to an iPhone application to check the time spent on sedentary activities versus time spent being active. The app will send users a text message if they have been sedentary for too long.

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