Otari is thrilled to announce the launch of their innovative AI-enabled yoga mat this spring.
This first-of-its kind mat is attached to a large flat screen, allowing users to take live or on-demand classes with industry-leading yoga, strength, and cardio instructors.
Otari is equipped with a moveable, magnetic camera arm that uses sensors to scan the user’s body as they complete their workout routines. Otari’s AI analyzes the user’s movements and delivers real time feedback and pose corrections. Each class is tracked on the user’s personal dashboard, enabling them to track their class-over-class progress.
Otari’s community features include group challenges and competitions. “Inclusivity is one of Otari’s guiding principles”, Otari CEO Chris Kruger said in a briefing earlier this week, “Otari was created to be a supportive option for those who have felt intimidated, excluded, or inconvenienced by traditional in-person studio classes”.
Otari will be available nation-wide for pre-order via crowdfunding platform Indiegogo in late May 2020.
Otari was founded by Chris Kruger and Skyler Erickson as master’s students at Cornell Tech. Otari was the recipient of Cornell Tech’s prestigious Startup Award in 2019.
Otari is a revolutionary fit tech company that is changing the way people work out and engage in fitness-oriented communities from their own homes. For more information, visit us at www.otarimats.com or follow us on Instagram @otarimats
Company Name: Otari
City: New York
Country: United States