Most wearable tech just counts steps, but Kiwi goes further. It expands the motion it measures.
steve: In 1944, Mamie Eisenhower got a large offer from Hollywood for the rights to Ike's life story. Son John graduated from West Point, believe it or not--on D Day. Marshall arranged for John to spend two weeks with Ike and John brought a letter from Mamie saying she wanted him to take the money for the rights. This was long before the "Military Industrial Complex" Ike warned about and Generals did not become VP Of General Dynamics as a thank you for shepherding new armaments through. Ike wrote back "I can understand your feelings. But my convictions as to the quality of a man that will make money out of a public position of trust are very strong! I couldn't touch it--And would never allow such a thing to occur. We don't need it anyway--its fun to be poor!" TAKE A LESSON KILLARY