Infinity Health & Fitness Bracelet
Look good and feel great with Infinity Health & Fitness Bracelet. We know we have designed a bracelet that will be introduced to the market, and dynamic enough to allow for future enhancements such as medical records, ect......The potential is truly endless!! We need your help and support to see this through.
As a new health enhancing innovation in the sports industry, the waterproof Infinity Health & Fitness Bracelet has everything the fitness enthusiast needs to measure their workout. Hailed as an absolutely new innovation in the sports industry, this state of the art bracelet is more than just an accessory; it boasts a number of features that can take an exercise regime to the next level by allowing the user to measure the details of an exercise routine and how it is affecting their body.
There are several other fitness trackers in the market, but none look as good as the Infinity Health & Fitness Bracelet. Designed to be as versatile as possible on the wrist, it is perceived as a welcome accessory whether you’re working out or out on a night out on the town. The curved display sits comfortably on the wrist and will not slip off regardless of the jostling it receives.
• Approximate measurements regarding calories burned
• Check dynamic blood pressure
• Blood oxygen levels
• Skin temperature in Fahrenheit and Celsius
• Built-in GPS tracker for the wayward trekker
• A solar radiation check to eliminate chances of sunburn
• Check blood sugar levels anytime, anywhere
• Heart rate monitoring with state of the art sensors
• Display size: 2.5 inches
• Micro adjustable wrist size from 15cm up to 24cm
That’s not all. The Infinity Fitness Bracelet has been designed to be the whole package and thus also allows users to:
• Check email on the go
• Take pictures and share them via built-in Wi-Fi
• Check text messages without the need of a phone
• Use Bluetooth 4.0 Data sync to connect the bracelet to their phone
Background of our invention
Our invention relates generally to mobile electronic devices, and in particular to a medical/fitness monitoring device. The FitbitTM personal fitness monitor has revolutionized the fitness industry, as millions of users wear these devices on their wrists to monitor such vital signs as the pulse and respiratory rate during exercise. That being said, those attributes that you currently enjoy from a "fitness bracelet", you will be able to enjoy and much much more. First of all, you will not need your phone to operate your app. The app is already built in so your dashboard and tracking capabilities you can access from the device, or your phone, or your desktop. Your device will have daily, weekly, monthly historical tracking for both your activity and your health stats. You will be able to set both health & fitness goals, again daily/weekly/monthly plus view your progress on your dashboard. Another key feature will be your ability to create friendly competition. You will be able to establish within your network of friends or professional network, a competition against goals. If you belong to a health club, your professional network you can compete against those individuals, separate from your personal network of friends. You will be able to establish an activity calendar to achieve your goals, set reminders, ect.....
Due to certain chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, there are millions more who would find such a device useful if it could monitor other body functions, through such readings as blood sugar level. Fortunately, new sensors have been developed which can monitor blood sugar level and other readings through the skin, rather than a blood sample. A single, multipurpose device which can be used to monitor these medical readings, in addition to performing basic communication functions such as checking email and the weather forecast, would be well received. A medical/fitness monitoring device, which is worn on the wrist and provides a broad spectrum of medical monitoring, data analysis, and communication functions, would resolve this problem. A key component to software capabilities will be to allow "real time" health data to be made available to both a health provider and personal trainer with approval access to personal stats. This matters for many reasons such as chronic Illness, biometric measuring, goal setting, friendly competition with others, and other points of difference.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
Accordingly, the invention is directed to a medical/fitness monitoring device. The device is worn on the user’s wrist like a wristwatch or bracelet, and monitors a wide range of body functions, including pulse, respiratory rate, blood sugar level, blood pressure, skin temperature and an estimate of calories burned, as well as a timer to measure exercise periods. The device further provides a camera and a Global Positioning System (GPS) function, calculating speed and distance traveled for runners and cyclists. Additional functions enable the user to place and receive cellular telephone calls, and check email, text messages, and weather forecasts. The device provides an internal battery which may be recharged using a Mini Universal Service Bus (Mini- USB) port, which is provided. The battery life will vary depending upon amount of functions used. Normal daily use of all functions would give you 1 day of battery life. Limited use to only fitness tracking would allow 2-3 days of battery life.The Mini-USB port, or a resident Bluetooth 4.0TM transmitter, may also be used to transfer the accumulated data on bodily functions and exercise periods. Additional features and advantages of the invention will be set forth in the description which follows, and will be apparent from the description, or may be learned by practice of the invention. The foregoing general description and the following detailed description are exemplary and explanatory and are intended to provide further explanation of the invention.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
The accompanying drawings are included to provide a further understanding of the invention and are incorporated into and constitute a part of the specification. They illustrate one embodiment of the invention and, together with the description, serve to explain the principles of the invention. Fig. 1 is a top view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10, the touchscreen 11, the camera 12, the speakers 13, and the microphone 14. Fig. 2 is a side perspective view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10, the touchscreen 11, the camera 12, the speakers 13, the microphone 14, the control buttons 15, the earphone jack 16, the sensors 17, and the clasp 18. Fig. 3 is a right side view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10. Fig. 4 is a left side view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10, the control buttons 15, and the earphone jack 16. There is a left side perspective view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10, the control buttons 15, the earphone jack 16, the sensors 17, and the clasp 18. There is a right side perspective view of the first exemplary embodiment, displaying the device 10, the sensors 17, and the clasp 18.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION
Referring now to the invention in more detail, the invention is a medical/fitness monitoring device 10. The first exemplary embodiment is comprised of a monitoring device 10 which is intended to be worn on the user’s wrist, much like a wristwatch or bracelet. The device 10 provides a curved and contoured touchscreen 11 for visual display and control purposes, which further provides a digital wristwatch function. Additional control functions are provided by a pair of control buttons 15 on the side surface of the device 10. The device further provides an array of sensors 17 which are positioned such that they rest against the inner wrist of the user when the device 10 is worn. The sensors 17 monitor a wide range of body functions, including pulse, respiratory rate, blood sugar level, blood oxygen level, skin temperature, and blood pressure, and an estimate of calories burned during the current exercise period. The device 10 further provides an internal memory device and microprocessor, which provide a timer function to measure exercise periods, provide an alarm to indicate excess calories burned, and accumulate, store, and analyze body function data acquired by the sensors 17. The device further provides a camera 12 and a Global Positioning System (GPS) function, calculating speed and distance traveled for runners and cyclists. Additional functions enable the user to place and receive cellular telephone calls using speakers 13, a microphone 14, and an earphone jack 16, which are provided. The user may also use the device 10 to check email, text messages, and weather forecasts. The device provides a complete array of both health and fitness monitoring and data processing capabilities. Read only files and real time data with history may be made available, via encrypted periodic transmissions, to both health care providers and fitness trainers. Permission access for read only files may be granted at the user’s discretion. Reporting of all vital information would be available in detail to each recipient, should access be granted by the user. This biometric information is important to monitor progress, and offer preventative maintenance to observe symptoms prior to an event. If the user is running or engaged in other exercise, and starts to feel chest pain, the health care provider is able to review real time medical information prior to the user’s arrival at the emergency ward. The device 10 is water resistant, and provides an internal battery which may be recharged using a Mini Universal Service Bus (Mini-USB) port, which is provided. The Mini-USB port, or a resident Bluetooth 4.0TM transmitter, may also be used to transfer accumulated data on body functions and exercise periods. The device 10 further provides a resident WiFiTM transceiver and is secured to the user’s wrist by a flexible clasp 18. The device 10 may be provided in a broad range of colors and styles. To use the first exemplary embodiment, the user may secure the device 10 to the user’s wrist, using the clasp 18. To place and receive cellular telephone calls, the user may insert a pair of earphones into the earphone jack 16, or use the speakers 13 and microphone 14. The user may check email, text messages, and weather forecasts, access the Global Positioning System (GPS), and review compiled reports on the user’s vital signs, body functions, and exercise periods, using the touchscreen 11 and control buttons 15. The user may also take digital photos using the camera 12. The device 10 is preferably manufactured from rigid, durable materials, such as plastic, stainless steel, brass, malacrylate, aluminum alloy, and ceramics. The clasp 18 is preferably manufactured from a flexible, durable material such as rubber or silicon. Components, component sizes, and materials listed above are preferable, but artisans will recognize that alternate components and materials could be selected without altering the scope of the invention. While the foregoing written description of the invention enables one of ordinary skill to make and use what is presently considered to be the best mode thereof, those of ordinary skill in the art will understand and appreciate the existence of variations, combinations, and equivalents of the specific embodiment, method, and examples herein. The invention should, therefore, not be limited by the above described embodiment, method, and examples, but by all embodiments and methods within the scope and spirit of the invention.
Our plan to offer 6 different color varieties which include: White, Blue, Black, Red, Green and Orange. Below are the examples: