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When it comes to health and fitness, Runtastic has a great track record with its software and hardware solutions - from its Runtastic app to the latest Runtastic Orbit fitness tracker. Now, the stage is set for virtual reality to take the spotlight, and the company is eyeing that market.
Tein Hee Seow had a chat with Runtastic’s vice president of business development Josh Shaeffer, learning more about the company’s commitment towards health and fitness. Plus, a few insights into what more fitness trackers can do for you and a sneak peek at working out in the world of virtual reality with an Oculus Rift.