Iris is a new wearable device capable of monitoring a variety of different aspects of your health and daily life, providing the data you need to embrace self-awareness. Capable of providing accurate data on a daily basis in a way that is more comfortable than carrying traditional phones or wearable devices on the wrist. The smart ring is now available for backing via Kickstarter and has already met more than half of its pledge target thanks to over 240 backers with 28 days left. Backer Early Bird pledges are now available for the avant-garde project from around $146 or £124 (according to current exchange rates).
“The advancement of medical science and technology has been extraordinary in recent times. Access to personal health information should not be seen as a privilege, but as a basic necessity. It is better safe than sorry. We are on a mission to make this vision a reality. We believe that everyone deserves the right That’s why we’re introducing the Iris Smart Ring, a revolutionary new healthcare technology that puts real-time health information at your fingertips.”
“With advanced sensors and innovative design, the Iris Ring provides you with a holistic picture of your health and wellness. The Smart Iris Ring is more than a piece of technology. It is a symbol of hope for a healthier, more empowered future. By supporting this project, you will not only be supporting the development of groundbreaking technology, But you’ll also be joining a movement of individuals committed to bringing cutting-edge healthcare to everyone. From the beginning, we’ve been publicly displaying our process to welcome you to Iris’ journey.”
If the Iris crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required pledge target and the complete work progresses smoothly, it is expected to ship worldwide sometime around March 2023. To learn more about the Iris Smart Ring project, check out the promotional video below.
While smartwatches are a well-established option, research suggests that the finger is one of the best places to monitor vital signs, as readings can be affected by wrist physiology, not to mention the discomfort of, say, falling asleep with smartwatches. We were able to miniaturize the professional-level sensors, avoiding the bulk (such as sphygmomanometers and pulse oximeters) currently used in medical settings. Today, this technology is accessible and affordable, providing a unique opportunity.”
For a full list of all available early pledges, stretch goals, additional media and specs for the smart ring, go to the official Iris crowdfunding campaign page by checking out the link below.
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