This MIT-Based Fitness Wearable Could Change the Game Entirely

Humon is worn on the thigh and measures your workout efficiency via the oxygen levels in your muscles.

June 1, 2016

BostInno features GFSA ’15 alum company, Humon, and their product, the first thigh-worn wearable that non-invasively measures oxygen levels in muscles, in turn predicting and preventing┬áthe build-up of lactic acid from happening. That level of intel, until now, could only be achieved through invasive, laborious and expensive physical fitness tests. Read the full article here.