Posture-correcting wearablesWearable gadgets have become a serious trend, especially with the rising popularity of smartwatches. There are also wearables to help track your fitness, health and now even posture. In this Tech Minute, CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on a handful of the...
[MUSIC] The Lumo Lift is a small magnetic gadget that clips on to the inside of your clothing. It's designed to measure your posture and will vibrate when it senses your head drooping or shoulders slouching. The gadget pairs with the smartphone app to record additional fitness markers like steps and calories. It will also send you personalized notifications like, tips for correcting your posture throughout the day. The Lumo Lift starts at $99. The arch is a bracelet that aims to correct your walking posture and how you carry your body while in motion. It takes measurements from your arm position and foot speed, combined with rotation angles and foot positions. And will vibrate when it senses incorrect form, it also knows when you're walking while you're looking at your phone. You can preorders your Arki for $109. And finally Up Couture makes a t-shirt with built in panels to inhibit bad posture. Move your shoulders in an incorrect way and the fabric will constrict your muscle movement and limit the action. The shirts are made in france and start around $150 in San Francisco. I'm [UNKNOWN] cnet.com for CBS News [MUSIC]