Currently seeking your financial support on Indiegogo, the Olive bracelet is packed full of sensors that monitor body temperature, motion, heart rate and even emotional responses. When it detects that you're stressed out, you can either perform a calming exercise on your phone or do breathing exercises guided by the bracelet itself.
Olive nudges you through gentle taps (haptic feedback) or LED lights on your wrist when it detects elevated stress levels or you've previously scheduled a stress management exercise. Check in with yourself and control how you want to respond to stress. If you need help, it's as easy as a swipe to launch an exercise. If you're feeling fine, swipe the other way to ignore it.
Olive can easily switch between silent, haptic, LED light, and haptic+LED light modes so that you can always decide how much you want Olive to communicate with you.
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