This fitness wearable is using biosensor technology to change how we think about tracking wellness. Electrozyme features sweat sensors that work when you exercise and offers a personalized report about replenishing electrolytes, getting a drink, taking a break and similar information.
Sweat has more than 800 unique biomarkers that can indicate a wealth of information about a person's fitness and overall health. The new fitness wearable uses this data to offer information on the wearer's progress and body's requirements. Co-founded by Jared Tangney and Josh Windmiller, Electrozyme combines physical data and chemical information unlike existing fitness trackers.
The thin, printed sweat sensor can be fit on the back of a regular fitness-tracking wristband so it touches the skin. The gathered data goes into a dashboard, giving the wearer real time feedback.