Meet the most connected man in the world!
Sree Vijaykumar
Sree Vijaykumar
From the Editor's Desk
Chris Dancy is the most connected man in the world. He uses between 300 and 700 tracking and lifelogging systems at all times, from the fitness wristband Fitbit to the Beddit mattress cover. As he speaks, blinking lights are a visual reminder for Dancy to slow down and focus on his breathing. The lights, like so many aspects of his unassuming, cozy home, are connected to the devices he wears; in this case, they sense his heart rate is up and signal it's time for him to calm down. Similarly, classical music plays throughout the house if he loses his temper. By looking at his data, he's learned exactly what he needs to be his most productive self, such as setting the lights to a specific shade or programming the air levels in his bedroom so he can sleep soundly. He's even monitored his heart rate while watching porn to become more aware of his sexual preferences: "I thought I was into certain types of people, but learned what I actually like most." He's also lost more than 100 pounds along the way, just by tracking his daily habits and making small changes to be healthier. More here

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