Health care is expensive. Healthy employees are happier, have lower health care costs, less absenteeism and less injuries.
Healthy employees are more engaged in their work, more productive, more customer-focused, safer and more likely to stay.
Prometheus works with any webcam technology to develop real time 3D posture and blink rate analysis from 2D images.
Improved posture and blink rate with regular breaks and exercise prevents pain and injury associated with computer use. It also allows improved breathing and circulation, decreases stress hormone levels and improves concentration and mood. This can improve the health, happiness and engagement of users.
Prometheus is safe and easy to use for all ages, fitness and health levels. It does not require any extra time to use throughout the day and provides useful information on progress to users and employers whilst protecting privacy.
With a Masters in Physiotherapy, Trevor is often able to find solutions to difficult, long term musculoskeletal conditions that patients present with and more importantly, identify and correct the underlying cause of the complaint.
With a Masters in Physiotherapy, Nikki specialises in treating headaches, jaw, neck and shoulder pain and advising on posture, ergonomics, workstation set-up and optimal ways to control the body in various positions and activities.
Peter is experienced in technical operations and senior management across multiple industries with well-developed skills in strategic analysis and planning. A recent focus is the health sector in a consultancy and engagement role.
The effects of bad posture on your body are like putting off getting your car serviced. It will run ok for a while but eventually it’s going to break down.....the longer you leave it, the more money it’s going to cost you.
PROMETHEUS demonstrates how to ergonomically set up your workstation and achieve optimal posture to maximize your health
A non-intrusive display shows real-time postural changes and provides posture and blink rate reminders if you slip into bad habits for too long
PROMETHEUS gives you regular reminders about taking breaks and changing your position. You can customise how often you receive these alerts
Decreased blink rate is linked to eye fatigue, pain and visual problems, some of the most commonly reported health issues amongst computer users. If your blink rate slips below optimal, PROMETHEUS will remind you to blink more frequently
PROMETHEUS generates reports to represent your progress. Reward points can be generated from the reports so that individuals, families or corporate teams can challenge and compete against each other to reach milestones and goals
Individuals, families or corporate teams can set their own goals and generate agreed upon rewards, based on their posture progress over time
Good postural habits have benefits throughout the day via increased comfort and happiness while working and at home too, helping with injury prevention and rehabilitation and improved engagement, focus, productivity and appearance
PROMETHEUS can be used by anyone of any age, body-type, fitness or health level and is even attractive to those not traditionally interested in health, nutrition or exercise. All you need is a web-cam and the desire to be a happier, healthier you!
PROMETHEUS helps parents to help their children develop good habits right from the start and prevents pain and injury for individuals and businesses by empowering them to be aware of their posture and eye health to create new, better habits
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ULSee (pronounced “You’ll See”) are one of the global leaders in facial tracking and animation with a wide range of products that can capture 3D facial tracking with a standard 2D webcam.
Simon is a Melbourne based, software, app and web designer. He is the creative mind behind Prometheus, driving the idea from concept to a commercial release.
Rush Digital specializes in cutting-edge digital engineering. Lifting barriers between creativity and technology, and converge advanced development into outcome-driven solutions.
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