The Quantified Self Goes to the Olympics

February 20, 2014
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skating sensorsFirst published on MedCityNews.com. Since wearable health technologies seem to have found the most traction in a slice of the population with a great interest in being healthy, it makes sense that many Olympic athletes used sensors, algorithms and data to get themselves in top shape for the event.

Here are a few examples:

skating sensorsFirst published on MedCityNews.com. Since wearable health technologies seem to have found the most traction in a slice of the population with a great interest in being healthy, it makes sense that many Olympic athletes used sensors, algorithms and data to get themselves in top shape for the event.

Here are a few examples:

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