MIT’s wireless walking speed measurement is way more accurate than a Fitbit

 MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab has figured out a way to measure walking speed to within 95 and 99 percent accuracy — all without requiring a wearable or other on-body measurement device. The tech uses wireless signals, dubbed “WiGait” by the research team, sent out by router-like devices within the home to track walking speed and stride length… Read More

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