It’s common to loosen your belt buckle a little after a big meal. But a new product called the Belty takes that task out of your hands.
This smart belt automatically adjusts itself throughout the day, depending on how much you’ve eaten and how much exercise you’ve done to compensate.
It also keeps track of your overall health, and nudges you when you’ve been sitting for too long. French startup Emiota unveiled the smart fitness belt on Sunday at CES.
Given that the size of your waistline is a key indicator of health, the Belty — which comes equipped with small sensors, an accelerator and gyroscope — knows just how much you’ve been moving and whether you need to be more active.