STLTODAY - "I especially liked a groovy “mood watch” from a Singapore company called Zensorium."
Here's a snapshot of some of the news and mentions about our products.
STLTODAY - "I especially liked a groovy “mood watch” from a Singapore company called Zensorium."
PC WORLD - "The Zensorium Being ($200) goes beyond basic step counting and heart rate tracking by measuring the wearer’s stress levels and providing tips on how to remain calm. Instead, it’s all in the algorithm, which use variations in heart rate to tell when you’re calm or overly anxious."
FOX NEWS - ""The device uses sensors to monitor blood pressure and heart rate. This data then determines your level of stress. This lets wearers know if they are “distressed,” “excited,” “normal,” or just “calm.”"
TOMSGUIDE - "Zensorium explains that Being can tell if you’re fuming angry or jumping for joy by analyzing variations in heart rate, categorizing your moods into four zones: distressed, excited, normal and calm. The wristband can also differentiate between “good stress” (is there such a thing?) and “bad stress,” and suggest breathing exercises and destressors, if it senses you are overwhelmed."
TECH TIMES - "The Zensorium Being takes into account all other fitness trackers measure, such as activity, heart rate and sleep cycles. However, it differentiates itself by taking a holistic approach at health and incorporating the user's feelings into the mix."
YAHOO! FINANCE - "Being is a bio-sensing wearable with three unique selling points: continuously mapping the user's moods, activity and sleep."
UPSTART BUSINESS JOURNAL - "The Zensorium Being activity tracker device, right, is displayed alongside an Apple Inc. iPhone using the Zensorium app."
NEWS.COM.AU - "Zensorium’s first smartwatch, the Being, promised to go one better, however, not only tracking its owner’s movements but also their mood."
STUFF.TV - "The watch represents your mood over time via a circle of coloured dots around the face. Red says you're distressed, yellow excited, blue normal and green calm. It also archives this data (along with your activity and sleep) to a paired Android or iOS device so you can see how much happier you were when you went to see Michael Buble than when you caught that Radiohead gig."
TECHNOLOGY REVIEW - "When it’s on the wrist, an optical sensor on its back can continuously measure your heart rate and blood pressure, and it will use those readings to measure your stress."
MAC RUMORS - "Being goes above and beyond existing activity trackers though, promising to track mood much like an old 80's-style mood ring."
THE DAILY DOT - "Zensorium Being is a brand-new activity tracker that does more than monitor your motions or the quality of your sleep: It senses your mood and lets you know when you need to take a break from your stressful daily routine."
WIRED - "Using an optical sensor to follow blood flow in your wrist, the company claims the watch can tell when you're calm and when you're stressed. An app then lets you see how those readings line up with other factors like sleep and activity."
SLATE - "Zensorium is trying to add a new layer to activity trackers by building one that reads the mood of the wearer."
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES - "Zensorium, a Japanese company exhibiting the Being, a wearable fitness band that uses numerous sensors to detect mood."
ENGADGET - "Zensorium's Being, (is) a wearable that promises to not just monitor the usual activity tracker data such as NREM and REM sleep, heart rate, steps, calories burnt, distance and speed, but also your mood."
EXAMINER.com - "A smartwatch that...will be able to analyze every aspect of your sleep and even track your mood."
PR NEWSWIRE - "2014 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Mobile Health & Wellness Tracking New Product Innovation Award presented to Zensorium"
FROST & SULLIVAN - "(Zensorium) has developed an innovative and easy-to-use product that integrates mature sensing technology."
LATIN TRENDS - "Know your fitness level by understanding your heart rate, respiratory rate and blood oxygen levels in combination."
THE TELEGRAPH - "Tinké measures and communicates to your phone not only your heart rate, but your breathing rate and blood oxygen level as well, all combined into one overall “Vita score” which is a great indication of general fitness."
WEARABLE TECHNOLOGIES - "Tinké provides a Vita index that puts together 3 elements measured to represent your cardio."
AUGUST MAN MAGAZINE - "Getting the best out of tech without hurting your wallet."
CNET ESPANOL - "This gizmo connects directly to your smart phone and is able to measure your heart rate, oxygen levels in your blood and breath; all this in just 30 seconds."
EX MAGAZINE - "Keeps track of your fitness and lets you know how chilled out you are."
THE BUSINESS TIMES - "Activity trackers only track tip of the iceberg."
TRULY GADGETS - "You can use the Tinke to lower your stress level with some practice, thanks to a heart rate variability indicator that corresponds with relaxation"
TECH IN ASIA - "I was rather impressed by the four health parameters offered by the Tinké, making it the only sensor on the market able to pack heart rate, heart rate variability, blood oxygen level, and respiratory rate measurements into a single device."
EXPAT LIVING - "Fitness at Your Fingertips"
MEN'S HEALTH - "Tinké, from Singapore-based Zensorium, is especially cool."
VENTURE BEAT - "Tinké, is surprisingly useful."
CNET - "The Vita Fitness measurement helps track your body's status, while a Zen Relaxation measurement can "calm as well as understand your inner self."
EXAMINER.com - "The Zensorium Tinké is a revolutionary device designed to change the face of mobile fitness and wellness."
ITALIAMAC - "[In Italian] Translated: Tinké can be used to help relax during moments of stress"
WELLOCRACY - "On the home screen you are given helpful tips."
POPSUGAR FITNESS - "The Future of Fitness Tech Isn't Just on Your Wrist"
MED GADGET - "An iPhone Connected Pulse Oximeter"
ANDROID PIT - "[In German] Translated: CES 2014: These are the new cool gadgets"
MINIMALIST SHOES & FITNESS GEAR - "No other device that we are aware of can do this."
MOBIHEALTH NEWS - "New version for Android"
INDEPENDENT.IE - "Wearable technologies are the height of fashion"
AD WEEK - "Zensorium is notable for being a pioneer in connected health"
PTC - "Tinke is made for bodies at rest"
TECH GUIDE - "Tinke can also play a part by encouraging you to engage in relaxation and breathing exercises."
PC MAG - "In a world of wearable health trackers, Tinke sets itself apart"
CNET FRANCE - "[In French] Translated: Zensorium presents an Android compatible version of its sensor."
ANDROID HEADLINES - "Tinke was designed to be used to track how someone is doing over time, not just when they’re working out"
SOUTHWEST SPIRIT - "Tinké will guide you through a controlled breathing exercise to get you back to your happy place before entering the boardroom"
MEASURED ME - "I LOVE IT! My first impression is: it is extremely easy to use!"
I3 - "Tinke is one example of the growing number of innovative technologies in the emerging space of digital wellness."
GEEK NEWS CENTRAL - "Tinké measures how my activities are effecting my heartbeat and respiratory rate"
MAC & I - "[In German] Translated: Tinke measures body functions and provide instructions for relaxation."
CASSANDRA DAILY - "The device can help user achieve a greater sense of inner peace"
MACWORLD AUSTRALIA - "We certainly felt more relaxed after testing our Zen Index"
COOLEST GADGETS - "Makes perfect sense for one to remain aware of one’s fitness level, even at rest"
SLASH GEAR - "Tinke device differs a bit from other fitness devices, namely achieving the distinction with its Zen Index feature"
CULT OF MAC - "The Tinke Lightning Dongle Measures Your Zen Level"
TECHHIVE - "Tech at Your Fingertips"
WALL STREET JOURNAL - "Devices for Inner Peace"
INC - "Tools for reducing stress without leaving your desk"
KOTEKUH - "Witness the Fitness"
LAPTOP MAG - "Whether you're a fitness buff or you just want to keep better tabs, all you need is your iPhone or iPad and one little accessory - Tinké"
PC MAG - "Results were usually pretty close when taken back to back"
COOL HUNTING - "We were impressed both by the device's ease of use and the app's interface"
DADDOES - "Review: Cool Things Come In Small Packages"
BLOOMBERG - "12 Tech Gadgets to Help You"
GEEK NEWS CENTRAL - "Tinké Coverage at CES 2013 by TPN TV"
WALL STREET JOURNAL - "Tinké can help to keep you fit over time"
WALL STREET JOURNAL - "The Tinké was also easy to use. I plugged the device into the iPhone, downloaded the app, ran a quick calibration and was measuring my stress levels in minutes"
THE STRAITS TIMES - "S'pore gizmo may help Japanese giant diversify"
BBC - "Tech that grabs attention at CES 2013"
USA TODAY - "Tinké keeps a pulse on stress levels"
BBC - "Take your fitness into your own hands... or at least into your thumb."
TWICE - "Tinke iOS Cardio Monitor Debuts"
UNCRATE - "Tinké tracks measurements over time to give you a larger picture of changes in your fitness score and stress levels."
TUAW - "Zensorium's Tinké iOS accessory monitors cardiorespiratory, stress levels"
MEN'S HEALTH SINGAPORE - "Gear that keep track"
CNET - "Find your Zen with Tinké: An iOS accessory that measures cardiorespiratory fitness with a touch of your thumb"
LEPOINT.FR - "[In French] Translated: Through an optical system, it is able to measure your heart rate and breathing, and offer breathing exercises to relax."
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES - "[In Italian] Translated: Tinké is not the first device of this kind on the market, but unlike the others allows also to measure the heart rate, respiratory rate,oxygen levels in the blood as well as heartbeat."
IPHONE-TICKER.DE - "[In German] Translated: The " Vita Index" is meant to simplify comparisons and on-screen tips helps design a better everyday life."
STYLE COWBOYS - "[In Dutch] Translated: Tinké makes it possible to use a small piece of design to measure how fit you are."
KNACK.BE - "[In Dutch] Translated: Look, that's a nice one! A small device by which you can not only measure how much oxygen is in your blood and what your heartbeat and respiratory rhythm is, but also how to cope with stress."
LAPTOP MAG - "Tinké Thumbs On: iPhone Fitness and Wellness Monitor"
YOUNG UPSTARTS - "It’s a tiny little device, for sure, but it’s one of the (very) few on show that made our hearts pump just that little faster."
IPHON.FR - "[In French] Translated: Tinké is a small device that connects directly to the iPhone that allows to know your state of well-being by measuring some of your vital signs by the touch of a finger."
CNN - "5 CES gadgets that caught our eye"
STUFF.CO.NZ - "Top 10 gadgets at CES Unveiled 2012"
CULT OF MAC - "... fitness was going to have a large footprint at CES this year, and so far we haven't been disappointed. Case in point, the Zensorium Tinké."
WIRED - "...bringing heart and respiratory fitness to the center of attention"
THE VERGE - "Provides one-touch fitness & wellness stats on your iPhone"
CHIP CHICK - "... the latest fitness and wellness gadget to appear on the market"
INFORMATION WEEK - "Tinké...it's also super thin, about three inches square, and includes two sensing windows to take its measurements from a user's thumb--two LEDs with different wavelengths react to blood volume changes."
WIRED.CO.UK - "... sounds like a new radioactive element cooked up in the lab, but it's actually a fitness and wellness monitor for smartphones"
HARDWARE ZONE - "Zensorium Launches Blood Oxygen Level Monitor for the iPhone at CES Unveiled 2012"