The Sensoria smart socks, along with the Sensoria Walk app, provide a more accurate way to monitor your activity even when slow cadence, short stride length, or use of walking aids is required. The Sensoria Walk app features an intuitive interface that highlights a users progress history, goals, steps, distance and total activity time.
According to a recent research study published by Mayo Clinic, there is a direct correlation between activity and faster recovery time after surgery, however most wrist worn wearable devices cannot accurately step count and monitor activity of people with limited mobility, such as elderlies during rehab or using a walker.
From the makers of Sensoria Fitness smart socks, Sensoria Walk aims to deliver a more accurate tool for you to track and evaluate activity and the overall recovery progress.
Sensoria Walk works with the Sensoria 2015 CES Innovation Award Honoree winning smart socks to help wearers track daily activity including steps, cadence and distance during rehabilitation after a stroke or post-surgerywith the ultimate goal of speeding up recovery time.
Sensorias textile pressure sensor technology is infused directly in its smart socks, which connects to your Bluetooth electronic anklet. This means individuals are not required to wear wristband trackers that are typically designed for general wellness. Sensoria Walk is ideal for anyone that suffers from limited mobility, walks slowly, with short stride length or uses a walker.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.