Fatigue Science Lets Pro Sports Teams Track Their Athletes’ Sleep

Fatigue Science Lets Pro Sports Teams Track Their Athletes’ Sleep

By Christine Magee As wearable activity trackers get increasingly smart and complex, Fatigue Science is measuring one thing and one thing only — how we sleep. Fatigue Science’s Readiband looks very similar to a Fitbit or Nike Fuelband. It has a 3D accelerometer that tracks movement, impact, velocity, speed and frequency, a battery that lasts 60 days between charges, and it’s both water… Read More

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