QUELL (Fitness Gaming Setup)

Looks fantastic.

Looks fantastic.

QUELL is a fitness-focused video game, complete with a dedicated sensor-laden wearable. Fight various opponents in the game, as the wearable outfit gradually ramps things up.

Also included is a smartphone app, to keep track of everything and to include your workout info from other (outside the game) sources.

To give you an idea of the complete offering, a little video :



QUELL.





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