It’s no secret that the Peloton boom is in full effect, with connected fitness equipment ranging from smart bikes to treadmills, rowing machines, boxing bags, and weight training stations. While they all feature some kind of streamable fitness class that you can watch from the device as you work out, one thing they’re all missing is the ability to tell you if you’re doing the exercise properly.
Tempo is pitching something different. Yes, it’s yet another connected fitness machine that has classes you can stream live or on-demand, but it comes with Microsoft’s Azure Kinect built in to track your form in real time during each exercise. The armoire-shaped machine has a 42-inch HD touchscreen display that streams videos in 4K and offers…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts