“You haven’t taken a deep breath in 30 minutes”. This is the smartest thing a wearable has ever told me. Most fitness trackers just pump out near-meaningless numbers. But Spire could actually make you healthier, happier, and more productive. Just clip the subtle little stone-looking device to your belt or bra, and it measures and visualizes your breathing in real-time on its companion app.
Spire can let you know if you’ve been sitting still too long or need to relax because your breaths are shallow. Today, Spire goes on pre-sale for $109. Soon, it could nudge you towards calm and focus like your own personal yoga master.
You should see how chill Spire has made its inventor Neema Moraveji. He’s a PhD in augmented self regulation from Stanford. I’ve known Moraveji for a few years. He’s long been an excitable fellow when it comes to self-improvement, prone to forest walks…
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