The Enyware is a smart-chair extension that is compatible with virtually any chair. It is not technically an exoskeleton device as it connects to only one part of the body compared to two. Regardless, this is an interesting ergonomic solution, especially for those who tend to slouch forward while writing, reading, drawing, or working at a desk.
The goal of Enyware is to encourage the formation of new habits to sit upright. This is a passive mechanical wearable. The device supports the body to unload stress from the spine when leaning forward while sitting. The intent is to reduce back pain or the risk of developing back pain due to prolonged sitting.
In addition to being a mechanical ergonomic solution, the Enyware includes built-in sensors that could be used to track posture, breathing, and the amount of time sitting continuously.
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