Indian metabolic fitness platform Ultrahuman is widely broadening its wearable gadgets into revolutionary technology by introducing an unprecedented smart ring to improve its ability to provide tech-loving “biohackers” and the newly developed ring could be more insightful for metabolic.
Sensors implanted in the upcoming Ultrahuman Ring have coruscating features of addressing the temperature, heart rate, and movement monitors, which allows the device to trace the wearer’s sleep quality, stress levels, and activity density, according to CEO and co-founder, Mohit Kumar. The device is developed to work in concurrence with the startup’s existing wearable, a continuous glucose monitor (CGM) sensor-based service it brands ‘Cyborg’, to develop the quality of insights for users. It could identify the poor glucose response and it could indicate a poor night’s sleep. As with this, it could also track glucose levels in the blood.
According to Kumar, the Ultrahuman Ring is not a CGM itself Howbeit it can be operational as a health tracker. The clean, shimmering look of the ring band is also more appealing to fit in with fashion-conscious consumers than rocking a ‘Cyborg’ arm patch.
The Ultrahuman Ring is now available for pre-order today, with shipping expected to start in August. As of the time being the pricing of the Ring hasn’t yet been confirmed but the firm informed that there will be two options: One (premium) price covering lifetime usage; and another (monthly) subscription option with a relatively small period, after the time the user could quit on demand.