Atlas Wearables launches Atlas Engine app for iPhone users
The free app goes beyond simple step counting and heart rate; it automatically recognizes exercises, then counts reps and analyzes form.
Atlas Wearables gets money, tech deal from In-Q-Tel
In-Q-Tel, which identifies innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community, could help Atlas reach new clients.
Atlas raises $1.1M for its motion database for wearables
Called Motion Genome Project, it will gather data behind body motion to tell users what movement they've just made, provided they wear an activity tracker.
Atlas Wearables engineer hired by Apple to work on the iWatch
Alex Hsieh was the lead software developer for the advanced Atlas wrist band, which promised to go beyond basic step tracking.
Atlas Fitness Tracker surpasses its Indiegogo funding target
The advanced wristband will note differences in the subtle motion of your body, and differentiate between similar exercises like bench press and push-ups.