Like jogging every morning or nightfall? Then you may like to know how you run. Take a look at runScribe, the fitness tracker for runners should be a nice solution.
The runScribe is a lightweight wearable smart device designed for running lovers and data-driven athletes. As shown in the images, the fitness tracker sports an ultra compact design in order that you can effortlessly mount it on the back if your shoe, and runScribe features a 9-axis sensor that can precisely capture the movements of your foot during the gait cycle, while built-in Bluetooth technology allows the fitness tracker to wirelessly pair with your smartphone and sync data to your smartphone in order to show you detailed kinematic metrics. Apart from that, the fitness tracker for runners comes in two versions. Its regular pack with a 1 year subscription for casual runners just allows you access to limited metrics, so you can compare your run history and access the intensity of your run, while runScribe Pro delivers 13 kinematic metrics so that you can adjust your training based on the data and see how your footstrike type changes at race speeds vs training pace.
At present the team of runScribe is raising fund via Kickstarter. You can pledge $119 to own runScribe Pro pack. If you’re interested, jump to Kickstarter official site for more details or check out the following demo video first.