Design Your Own Running Experience On The Voyager Treadmill



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If you’re sick and tired of outdated monotonous treadmills, you’ll soon be able to buy the Voyager, an innovative treadmill, which promises a highly immersive running experience. The concept designed by Il-Seop Yoon is meant for those who truly love running. It boasts touchscreen technology, voice control and a motion-controlled remote. The Voyager features three basic modes: travel, sports and game. In travel mode, users can choose any roadway or path they wish and measure their progress via getting a full set of metrics. Sports mode enables a social running experience: friends with their own Voyager can appear ahead or behind you upon the same track due to the cameras that create real-time images. In case you choose a game mode, you’ll be able to take part in a runner-type game, like Temple Run. All you need to do is to create your avatar, jump into the treadmill and design your own running experience.
Via:dvice.com
future, treadmill, future concept, futuristi concept, future technology, latest technology, Il-Seop Yoon, Voyager, innovations in technology, futuristic

future, treadmill, future concept, futuristi concept, future technology, latest technology, Il-Seop Yoon, Voyager, innovations in technology, futuristic

future, treadmill, future concept, futuristi concept, future technology, latest technology, Il-Seop Yoon, Voyager, innovations in technology, futuristic

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