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How ZeRound calculates the number of steps done, the distance performed and the amount of Calories burnt?

ZeRound uses a tri-axial accelerometer to detect your movements.

The data are analysed in order to count the number of steps done and deduct the amount of calories burnt and the distance you have performed given the characteristics of the profile of the user (weight, age, gender and height).

Be advised, ZeRound can count a few steps even if you are not doing any activity, if you are driving on a bumpy road, or if your arms are in movement (because it is equipped of a motion sensor).

With this information (height, weight, age and gender), ZeRound can calculate an estimation of the total calories burnt according to your metabolism and your activities. As for the podometer and distance functions, the calories count starts at midnight.

 

 
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