Eagle Eye is a fitness tracker, it is capable of monitoring your activity level 24/7.
When we first imagined what the “Eagle Eye” Tracker could be, we knew that including a sensor that would measure the hydration of our skin would be vital. Most of us think of our skin as a covering for our internal organs, and as a canvas for enhancement through clothing, jewelry, and sometimes elaborate tattoos. But our skin is actually our largest organ with some adults carrying around 22 square feet (2 square meters) of skin; and our heaviest organ weighing in at around 8 pounds (3.6 kilometers).
Without our skin, we would literally evaporate!
So, besides keeping us from drying up and blowing away, what else does our largest organ do for us?
That last fact is fascinating because one of the most important things we can do to keep our skin healthy is to drink adequate amounts of the very thing that helps our skin provide that waterproof barrier--water!
Most of us realize how important it is to stay hydrated, but how do we know for sure that our bodies are getting enough water? Wear the Eagle Eye, of course! Eagle Eye not only tracks the most common assessment of fitness in a fitness tracker, how many steps we’ve taken in a day, but our hydration levels and skin temperature as well. Since our skin is such an important organ, and staying hydrated will keep that organ healthy, keeping track of not only our muscle fitness, but our hydration fitness as well makes perfect sense! (For some real-time graphs of skin moisture readings, click here:
To our team at, perhaps most critical component for development in the Eagle Eye is the potential of having a fitness tracker that would be a valuable aid for Type 1 Diabetics (T1Ds) and insulin dependent Type 2 (T2D’s) as well. One of our co-founders has been a T1D for almost 40 years. She will attest to the fact that one of the scariest times for a T1D is while sleeping because the frequency and intensity of dangerous low-blood glucose (hypoglycemia) reactions occur in the middle of the night. Since the most common early warning symptom of hypoglycemia is typically excessive sweating, the ability of a fitness tracker to measure hydration levels takes on a whole new shine.
While the Eagle Eye can help you track your fitness activity and your hydration levels, it is not a medical device.The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently approved this type of wearable device (July 2116).
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