Belty, A Smart Belt That Tracks Fitness Data, Waist Size, and Automatically Adjusts Itself for Different Activities


Belty is a smart belt developed by French company Emiota that features built-in user fitness tracking and “autoadaptability,” a series of motors capable of adjusting its waistline to adapt to its wearer’s activities, such as sitting down or going for a run. The belt, which is set for launch before the end of 2015, transmits the data it collects to a nearby smart device, so users can track things such as the size of their waist over time.




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Brian Heater
Brian Heater