With all the festive dinners and accompanying bubbles/wines that come with the past holiday season one can easily get dehydrated. (alcohol dehydrates, remember ?) That’s where the ‘tH2O’ hydration (concept) watch comes in. The ‘tH2O’ has been developed by Maeva Berthelot for the purpose of monitoring your H2O consumption and H2O balance.
When the wristwatch wearer drinks a full glass, he can interact with the touchscreen interface easily to record that action. The chronograph will then begin counting the time since that last dose of liquid (preferably water, as you might have understood). Based on that interaction, real-time graphs visualise the estimated hydration and dehydration statistics of the body. Finally, the ‘th2O’ watch will sound an alarm and produce an intuitive symbol if the user should go too long between drinking. Another nifty tool for the quantified self era. Through: www.yankodesign.com