SoulCycle’s at-home bike, created through their partnership with Variis, has opened up pre-orders for $2,500.
Otari has launched their smart workout mat, which combines cameras and artificial intelligence to guide, personalize, and track your workouts.
The New York Times has an article looking at SoulCycles and the difficulty they are having pivoting to home exercise during COVID-19.
Forme Life has officially launched pre-order sales of their studio weight and workout system.
Samsung has partnered with several fitness brands to bring thousands of hours worth of fitness content to apps on the Samsung Health Smart TV platform.
The new Forme Life connected fitness mirror combines the weight system of the Tonal with the embedded display of the Mirror, launching in fall of 2020.
Tempo is a new smart home weight lifting device with a 42″ screen that includes Microsoft’s Azure Kinect motion tracking to give you feedback on form.
Onyx is a new phone based app (currently only available for iPhone/iOS), that claims to be the “world’s smartest personal trainer”