Discussion in 'Funstuff and Inspiration' started by DanceMentor, Apr 16, 2017.
This could be interesting for dancers
Reminds me of those gadgets they used to sell for driving, that would sound a buzzer if you nodded off at the wheel.
Could be useful. Wearing a dance frame yoke thingy raises eyebrows around the office.
Especially when you knock over the donuts ....
Looks similar to Lumo Lift, which showed up as an ad on my browser a couple weeks ago right after I googled "pinball machine tilt detector" in a half-joking way looking for such a device. Im curious if any dancers have made use of these. If I carried myself taller during my non-dance day I would not have to consciously correct my posture as often while dancing.
Just a plain timer that chimed every 30 seconds would help me, as my posture deteriorates as soon as the idea leaves conscious attention... even while browsing DF reading about posture.
I'd probably tune a timer out in short order unless it was obnoxiously loud or irritating. This I know from a rather loud clock. I'm not conscious of the thing after a few minutes in the room.
I have seen posture correction shirts/bras/whatever advertised somewhere. That might be an alternative, but no personal experience as to effectiveness.
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