Gamercize’s GZ PC-Sport has surely been devised for those who can pat their heads and rub their stomachs at the same time. Place it under your desk, connect to your USB mouse or keyboard, and start walking. If you slow down or stop, the peripheral will not work. We call that massive incentive. The Sport lets you know how well you are doing and gauges which level you are on. The Power Stepper steps up (pun intended) when you adjust it to a brisk walk and the Endurance Cycle lets you pedal away while chatting, e-mailing, or other online activities. You can purchase a full package or simply purchase the PC-Sport and use your own exercise machine for prices beginning at £69.95 (~$140.00.)
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The Anywear 3D PE980 Pedometer means precisely that, since you can carry it your pocket, backpack, or around your neck. Not only will it measure the distance walked (up to 99,999 steps) and the time that has elapsed, it counts your calories burned and stores up to 7 days of data. But the best part has to be that when it measures your progress, it will let you know just when you can expect to hit that finish line. It also has a clock with alarm, included batteries, a lanyard and clip, and a price of $49.99.
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ASIMO eat your heart out. Flame is now the most advanced walking robot to date. Created by Dutch PhD student Daan Hobbelen of TU Delft, his bot is both stable and energy efficient. To accomplish his objective, he studied how people walked for the first time. He then gave Flame seven motors and a balance mechanism created with stability algorithms. Daan is hoping that the technology will be used to help treat those with walking disabilities.
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