That's such a great idea, if it works as intended. I just looked it up and had a read on it. Their press release is HERE
if anyone would like to read it.
It sounds as though it first has to 'learn' what settings each individual uses and can then change accordingly when they change position. It would make an enormous difference to a lot of people I think. I don't have the 'zap' problem with normal changes in position - only sometimes with sudden changes, like if I sneeze or cough - but I do have to change intensity a little if I move from lying to sitting - or sitting in a bed as against my wheelchair. Many people have to change programs completely.
Thanks for sharing Stray.
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