Tempo is the first A.I.-powered home gym that can track your motion, correct your form, and improve your performance live.
Tempo uses a cutting-edge 3D camera system & years of in-gym research to give your trainers data formerly only available to elite coaches.
Tempo was founded in 2015 by Moawia Eldeeb and Josh Augustin. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Tempo’s Microsoft Kinect-esque motion sensors scan you 30 times per second and notify you if your form is wrong. It’s all housed in a sleekly designed free-standing cabinet that neatly stores the included barbells, dumbbells, attachable weights, workout mat, recovery foam roller, and heartrate monitor.
Tempo has built up a dataset of over from over 1 million 3D tagged workouts, from hundreds of gyms, overseen by thousands of trainers. That formed the basis of the artificial intelligence that would let Pivot pivot into Tempo.
Tempo has raise $17.5M in a Series A round on Feb 26, 2020. The investment was backed by Founders Fund, DCM, and Khosla Ventures.