Oli's ground-breaking artificial intelligence is designed to maintain safety, efficiency, and motivation in the gym. Oli tracks workout habits and individual limitations to provide custom solutions for each lifter. Oli also gives support to personal trainers through shareable dashboards and other features that make training in person or remotely a breeze!
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Oli takes the guesswork out of the gym by giving lifters and personal trainers access to precise, real-time form tracking, so they can focus on increasing strength and improving technique with less frustration and fear of injury.
Social Integration – Shareable dashboards allow you to easily share your progress with friends, trainers, and anyone else!
Powerful Metrics – Oli does all the number crunching so you don't have to. Just let Oli know your end goal and it will take care of the rest!
Safer Workouts – Oli provides real-time feedback so you don't have to worry about if you're doing somethin right or wrong. Don't want to watch yourself lift? That's totally fine, users can customize how their alerted, noise, text, visuals, you have complete control!
Smart Workout Tracker – Your end goal isn’t a fixed state, it’s always moving, Oli moves with you. Save hours on research by letting Oli drive your workout plan!
Total Personalization - We are all unique individuals, that's why Oli will become personalized to you! Oli will learn how you work in the gym, what your weaknesses are, what your strengths are, and what you need to do in order to hit your workout goals, whether it be losing weight or getting strong!
Oli is a portable 3D Camera and artificial intelligence that lives in your local gym or at home! Oli can be interacted with via the on unit display, the mobile app, or on the web dashboard.
Alexander G Orozco
Alexander has always been involved in some sort of fitness his entire life, whether it was sports from school or some extracurricular, there has always been some form of fitness in his life. It wasn’t until he was 21 that he discovered his love for the gym. At 22, just before turning 23, he got into powerlifting! He then went on to become a founding officer of the University of Washington powerlifting club, Sydicate of Strength. During the first year of club activity they went to collegiate nationals and performed very well, Alex secured all state level collegiate records in the 163 pound weight class.InstagramLinkedInFacebook
Charlton found his passion for fitness when he was around 15, in high school Charlton was involved in tennis, wrestling, and track. After school, he started going to the gym and later started to work there. After working in nearly every department of the gym, Charlton began a career as a personal trainer and spent his time studying intricacies of exercise and nutrition also began powerlifting. In 2015, Charlton went back to school to complete his degree in computer science. During this time, he met Alex who was involved in the school's powerlifting team. Being a former record holder, Charlton came back to the scene and, after a few months of training, set the collegiate bench press record. Charlton made use of his love for health and fitness when he attended a sports themed hackathon where the idea of Oli came to life. Fun Fact: Charlton can hold a handstand for over a minute without any supportInstagramLinkedInFacebook
Chris "Viking" DeJarlais
Chris is a recent graduate of the University of Washington Tacoma, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (Finance) and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. He has been a dedicated lifter for almost 10 years. While initially focusing on lifting as a tool to put on muscle, for the last 3 years he has been focused on power lifting and compound lifts. Chris has been injured over a dozen times while weightlifting, and almost all his injuries have occurred since he started power lifting. He is currently not able to perform a number of compound lifts, due to a recent injury in his lower back resulting from a mixture of improper form and fatigue.InstagramLinkedInFacebook
Best Lifts: Body Weight of 163 lbs
33 Records total in open, collegiate, and junior divisions.
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Collision Connference Alpha Attendees 2017
ACM CHI 2017 Research Presntees
Synergy Startup Contest 2017