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Canon introduces the Posture Fit Device

Canon today at CP+ unveiled the poster fit device. It actively monitors how you sit at your desk while you work. It can tell if you have been sitting too long and if so, it gives a little wiggle to tell you it's time to get up and take a walk.

It also detects poor posture and tells you when it detects periods of poor posture. Later at night, you can review how you performed during the day.

This is another concept camera from Canon and it's bound to end up in crowdfunding like the others before it. The information on the new device starts around the 23:45 mark in the video if you want to fast forward.

The beginning part of this video is another seminar from Canon talking about their concept cameras and the design processes used.

From Canon;

Our relationship with cameras is radically transforming. Canon designers work hard to experience the mindset of customers, and with a strong commitment to understanding, have come up with many innovative new designs. This video seminar tells the story of how designers in charge of the IVY REC, PowerShot ZOOM and Posture Fit Device developed the design of these products by understanding users’ passion through opinion gathering at trade expos and other activities.

Oh, and I want one.


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