Ken Kruger SEAS ’12 and Houtan Fanisalek SEAS ’12 founded SensorKit after noticing a underutilization of the sensors found in consumer electronics. With a combined 12 years of experience in sensor systems, they journeyed to unlock the true potential of the wearable tech market.
SensorKit is a software platform that enables developers to detect user movements and activities via an API. Currently, wearable devices can count your steps, track your sleep and tell you how far you ran. However, these devices really have primitive capabilities. SensorKit is taking activity detection to a more granular level so devices can detect specific movements, like a bench press or pushup, and count sets, reps, and resting times along with a variety of other metrics.
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