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The makers claim the device can measure your heart rate variability to check how well you breathe, relax and focus during a meditation session. This it supposedly does by tracking your mindful minutes, or the amount of time you actually meditate, instead of the length of the session. So you can sit with your eyes closed for an hour but Dhyana will point out that you weren’t meditating much.
You can apparently use Dhyana with other popular meditation apps such as Calm, Headspace. But we used Dhyana’s mobile app, which is available on both Android and iOS platforms.
After pairing the smart ring with the app, it asks the user’s desired goals from meditation by giving options such as improving…