There's the wearable technology you've most likely already hears of, the GoPro, the Google Glass; now, there's the Muse and the ORA-1. Wearable Tech La showcased a dozen new devices during their convention in Pasadena Thursday.
Jocelyn Umengan, works for Muse. She shows us a brain sensing head band.
"If your brain wanders it's going to tell you to focus on your breathing," Umengan says as she explains how the device works.
It's liked to an app helps people calm their minds.
Another new and interesting concept is BioBeats The company is using music to monitor your health.
Nadeem Kassam is the CEO.
"We used a musical experience to generate data across the world," Kassam said.
After downloading the pulse app, he tells us you put your finger over camera on your phone. It records your heartbeat...and creates music.
The app the provides you with information about your body, like your blood pressure for instance.
Speaking of staying healthy, David Vigano, CEO of Heapsylon shows us the latest in fitness gear.
"We have a t-shirt and a sports bra that detect heart rate monitoring. We also have this sock that can detect your running technique and landing form," Vigano said.
All you need is this anklet. It sends data from the sensors in the sock to your phone an acts like a personal trainer!
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