A Florida man has been able to take a picture of a wristband that will enable him to track his steps at work.
The photo shows a green wristband strapped on his left arm, which allows him to scan a small piece of paper on his phone for information about his activity level and fitness level.
The device, which costs about $100, is called the Fingersmart Watch and was created by a Florida man who is a trainer for the National Association of Sports Fitness Professionals.
The Fingersmarts Watch will be available in June at a price of $75.
According to a statement from the FHWA, the wristband can track your steps for up to 12 minutes and will be able to track your fitness levels as well.
The manufacturer claims that the FHS can track more than 4,000 steps per hour.
The wristband uses an infrared sensor to measure the amount of time you are walking.
Using the F Handsmart Watch, the wearer can track their step data, measure the distance traveled and adjust their pace accordingly, according to the company.
The wearable device is capable of capturing data from the wearer’s hand and a finger-sized magnet embedded in the wristbands hand that will detect the user’s movements, according the statement.