ITP Alum Launches Yoganotch

Wednesday, Feb 19, 2020

Man wears yoganotch on his torso and legs and looks down at his readings on his phone


ITP Alum Stepan Boltalin lauched Yoganotch, a sensor-powered, AI (yes, actually) yoga assistant. The trick is simple: wear a few notch sensors and, thanks to our motion capture engine, get real-time feedback on your yoga practice. Yoganotch app will actually talk to you and tell you how to correct the posture. The feedback is clinically precise and there is a couple of years worth of tech that went into creating asana library, narration and making all technology disappear as much as possible. Yoganotch is going live on Product Hunt (very startup, so launch). 

Yoganotch is very much real, we even took it to Las Vegas (for CES-2020). People liked it: 'personal pick' by Wiredone of CES 'best tech products' by Yahoo and 'remarkable invention' by Smithsonian.

Of course, if you'd like to learn more about Yoganotch (or underlying tech) - I am more than happy to tell you all about it. Or show it (we are based in Brooklyn Research, one of the post-ITP strongholds @ 620 Flushing Avenue).

Here is the link to Yoganotch: