06/30/2020 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 06/30/2020 01:04
Enhance your practice with smart glasses
COVID-19 has forced countless yoga studios to close. Yogis of all skill levels are forced to continue their practice at home over YouTube and virtual classes. Smart glasses could take these solo sessions to the next level.
The pandemic forced society to lean on home fitness for both physical and mental health reasons. This transition away from studios and gyms caused items like yoga mats to skyrocket in popularity.
As virtual fitness companies report record sales, a question emerges: are modern devices (smartphones, laptops, TVs) equipped to satisfy our home fitness needs?
Stop craning that neck toward the screen
Especially for beginners, yoga asks us to mimic our instructor's movements. Even in studios, students must crane their necks to double-check posture.
With smart glasses like the Vuzix Blade, a user's favorite yogi remains in the corner of their eye.
Smart glasses can improve yoga in the following ways:
Smart glasses and living room gyms
The 2020 pandemic accelerated how quickly we embrace augmented reality.
With people forced to find alternatives to gyms, coffee shops and movie theatres, new and old technologies stepped up to fill the void.
While yoga at home was nothing new, the need to turn apartments and living rooms into makeshift studios became pressing.
Could smart glasses provide such an intuitive yoga experience that studios are no longer necessary?
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