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The 'Skea' Device Helps Gamify Kegel Exercises

 - Jul 29, 2014
References: kickstarter & engadget
The Skea -- short for 'Smart Kegel Exercise Aid' -- is a device that aims to make Kegel exercises fun by gamifying them. The device is essentially a kegel exerciser and game controller in one. Kegel exercises are believed to help solve incontinence as well as tackle erectile dysfunction. It also helps prepare the pelvic muscles for pregnancy and improves sensations in women.

The developers of the Skea are running a Kickstarter campaign to try and raise funds for production and distribution of the device. If the device goes into production, it will come with an iOS or Android game called 'Alice in Continent'. The game requires to control a running character who faces a series of obstacles; the obstacles can be jumped over by squeezing the Skea with their pelvic floor muscles.

This pecular and ingenious device essentially makes Kegel exercises fun by allowing you to use pelvic contractions to control a character in a game.