The habit of jogging has gradually become a trend nowadays, and people also start to using a variety of wearable devices to assist their exercise. However, these wearable devices are mainly focused on providing results of exercise, and less promotion of guidance during training. Such results may make it difficult for people to relate to their specific behaviours, which makes it difficult to further improve.
Breathing during jogging is a neglected but important factor. Studies have shown that regular breathing can bring various positive effects to people during jogging.
This project aims to use a wearable device to detect people's breathing during jogging, and to guide users to practice 2:2 breathing by providing diverse feedback including visual and auditory. This project looks forward to providing users with an easy but effective breathing training guide to help users improve themselves during exercise.
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