As runners, we’re constantly reaching for the split-second edge.
As engineers, we’ll take any excuse to tinker with the status quo.
It all came together during a run through downtown Oslo on a morning in early spring. Every time we looked down to check our pulse, our pace, our progress, the placement of our watches slowed us down.
We were losing time whenever we attempted to gain it. That’s when we realized that our watch bands were stuck in a previous century.
During World War I, watches made a revolutionary move: from the pocket to the wrist. However, the 21st century has brought new interactions between the watch and the human body.