Amiigo fitness bracelet knows what exercise you’re doing

(Credit: Indiegogo)

We’ve seen fitness trackers before, but here’s one with impressive smarts. The Amiigo can automatically identify more than 100 activities with custom algorithms.

Amiigo is a waterproof bracelet and shoe clip that not only counts how many bicep curls or golf swings you do, but monitors your heart rate, blood oxygen levels, skin temperature, activity level, and the number of calories burned, according to the gadget’s crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

Sensors and machine-learning algorithms identify the exercise you’re performing, and store the data in the device before uploading it to your mobile device. The tech can discriminate between running on the treadmill, for instance, and exercising on an elliptical machine.

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