If this image is blurry, you must sit up! New technology is intended to fix your posture by blurring the screen every time you sleep
- A website helps computer users improve their posture by displaying a blurry screen when the user is not sitting correctly
- Fix Posture uses a machine learning program to create a baseline of where the body parts of a user are located when assuming a good posture
- Users look into a camera and the screen becomes blurry if their posture is poor
- The service is offered on a website to which users can return to check if they are in their workspace correctly
A website helps computer users improve their posture by displaying a blurry screen when the user is not sitting correctly.
Correct posture uses a machine tutorial to create a baseline of where a user's body parts are when assuming a good posture.
The user starts correcting his posture, such as keeping the screen at eye level, relaxing the shoulders and putting it flat on the floor.
A website helps computer users improve their posture by displaying a blurry screen when the user is not sitting correctly. Text on a screen looks normal when the user has a normal posture, (photo)
The user's screen will become blurry when they fall over and their back is tight
The technology requires a camera and the screen will become blurry if the user is not seated correctly. The camera constantly monitors the position of the user through a webcam.
Taking these measures leads to the creation of reference points that the program can use to monitor your posture.
When a person lingers, the user's eyes or shoulders fall from their previous position and the screen becomes blurred.
If the thighs are not parallel to their body or the feet do not stay flat, the eyes and shoulders of the user change position and the screen becomes blurred.
The experiment only works on the Fix Posture site, but it gives employees advice on how to maintain their posture while on a computer screen.
The user can also set a reminder to return to the website every hour to ensure that they are correct, according to motherboard.
In a chatter, Olesya Chernyavskaya, the designer of the software, said: “Are you in the right position now? My new experiment detects your posture and blurs a screen when it's bad. Made with @ TensorFlow.js, #PoseNet Model. & # 39;
Fix Posture uses a machine learning program to create a baseline of where the body parts of a user are located when assuming a good posture
Experts say about 31 million Americans suffer from low back pain at any time
About 31 million Americans experience low back pain at any time, according to the American Chiropractic Association.
Back pain is one of the most common reasons for missed work. Half of all working Americans admit to having back problems every year.
It accounts for more than 264 million lost working days in one year, which is two working days for every full-time employee in the country.
Low back pain costs Americans at least $ 50 billion in healthcare costs annually. When lost wages and reduced productivity are added together, the figure easily rises to more than $ 100 billion
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