As wearables and accompanying apps gain a lot of popularity in the sphere of sports and daily activities, RESPA is the world's first breathing sensor that helps the user focus and meditate on oxygen intake and release.
Due to the fact that breathing is usually a mechanical process, it is hard to determine if we are inhaling and exhaling at the right times during our workout routine. The breathing sensor connects to a mobile application, where users can access their stats.
The tech innovation gives real-time alerts to the wearer during "optimal breathing and fitness zones," provides visualization of oxygen intake patterns and offers guidance. The high-performance version of RESPA also boasts an elevation and motion sensor. The breathing sensor will prove to be extremely valuable during training and mindful workouts like yoga.
RESPA is a Wearable That Tracks One's Breathing Patterns During Activity
1. Wearable Breathing Sensors - There is an opportunity to develop more advanced wearable breathing sensors that track and analyze breathing patterns during various activities.
2. Real-time Performance Monitoring - Developing wearable devices that provide real-time alerts and guidance to improve performance and optimize breathing during workouts.
3. Mindful Workout Technology - Creating technology that integrates with wearables to enhance mindful workouts, such as yoga, by providing visualization and guidance on breathing patterns.
1. Sports and Fitness - There is an opportunity for sports and fitness industries to incorporate wearable breathing sensors into their products and services to enhance performance and optimize breathing techniques.
2. Health and Wellness - The health and wellness industry can benefit from the development of wearable breathing sensors to help individuals improve their breathing habits and enhance mindfulness during workouts.
3. Technology - Technology companies can explore the potential of integrating breathing sensors into wearable devices to create innovative solutions for tracking and analyzing breathing patterns.