For the past 3 years I have been working on bringing my vision of an AI personal trainer to life.
Given that my background was not in deep tech, I was mocked and ridiculed by some (behind my back of course), as I kept my nose to the grindstone raising money -- over $6,000,0000 to date -- and developing the product.
My North Star for developing the product from Day 1 was to create "GPS for human movement."
We have now accomplished this with Body GPS, a proprietary computer vision neural network that is able to infer a user's entire skeleton, including joint rotations, without the use of any wearables/sensors, in real-time -- and show the user back this information, in the way of an avatar, on-screen, so that a user is able to improve and correct their form. (Our technology is more accurate than even Microsoft's.)
This Body GPS data is then paired with the other critical element of our tech stack, Cerebrus, an NLP-inspired, transformed based deep learning model that was trained on the exercise intelligence (over 100,000,000 programming decisions) of Olympic Performance Directors, internationally acclaimed Doctors of Physical Therapy, and Strength & Conditioning Coaches in the pros -- people who call LeBron a client.
The result is a product that anyone from my mom to a world class athlete can use, in a gym or at home, that truly sees you, understands you, and personally instructs you, interactively, based on your real-time performance -- from a sleek soundbar size console that connects to any screen via HDMI.
We are still in beta, but just debuted Altis at #CES2022 to rave reviews and critical acclaim. We'll be going to market through both B2B and B2C channels this year, and in just a few months you'll be able to find us at Hyatt-owned hotels, as well as select gym chains and physical therapy chains. (Continued in comments) ...