The Atlas Fitness Tracker ($160) sees your movements in 3-D so it can identify what activities you’re performing, can count your reps and sets, can evaluate your form, and tell you how many calories you burned. The Atlas is so precise it can tell the difference between regular pushups and triangle pushups. It can also learn new exercises, so no matter what you’re doing it can track the movement for you. Atlas also features compatibility with apps like MapMyFitness and Fitocracy.
The Avegant Glyph Wearable Display ($499) is the next big deal in wearable multimedia devices. Headphones no longer need to be just for sound. Wear the Glyph’s normally for audio, and then flip them down over your eyes for an awesome multimedia experience. Two displays in the headband deliver a beautiful high definition video experience. Right […]