Will be the World’s first wearable stamina senor
The world of health and fitness will be getting a facelift at the upcoming International Consumer Electronics Show to be held in Las Vegas as the beginning of January. The San Francisco based bOMDIC, Inc. has announced that they will be featuring the world’s very first wearable stamina fitness sensor and app at CES 2015. The new device will be called GoMore and has been tested in professional athletes for the last three years. The company will now bring GoMore to the consumer public and it will start at CES 2015.
GoMore is breaking all kinds of ground when it comes to the wearable health and fitness market. GoMore will be able to tell a person when they are becoming fatigued during a workout and the times when they should step up their workouts in order to get optimal output. The sensor that is associated with GoMore is strapped to a person’s chest and is able to track heartbeat by calculating 64,000 points of data per second. There are 3 main features that make GoMore a success and they are Stamina Analysis, Fatigue Alert, and Potential Projector.
bOMDIC officials say that GoMore is designed to help people to train smarter which in turn will allow them to train harder and get the most out of their workouts. As of today, GoMore has an intended release date of April 15, 2015 but it will be at CES 2015 where the consumer public will be able to see it firsthand. GoMore is compatible with iOS 8.0 and higher and will also work with the iPad 3 and iPhone 4S. The bOMDIC booth at CES 2015 will be located at the Sands Expo in the Tech West section of the exhibition hall.
The booth number will be designated as #76126. The International Consumer Electronics Show 2015 will be held throughout Las Vegas from January 6, 2015 until January, 9th, 2015.