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The MATRIX PowerWatch is the world’s first smartwatch that you never have to charge. Powered by your body heat, it measures calories burned, activity level, and sleep using our advanced thermoelectric technology. It is the only smartwatch to feature a power meter which displays how much electrical power you are generating.

Never Recharge

The PowerWatch runs off your body heat and when you take it off, your data is stored in memory and it goes to sleep; put it back on and the watch turns back on right where you left it. It's got a power meter that tells you how much electricity your body heat is producing.

Accurate
Calorie Count

Your body turns the calories you consume into heat. The PowerWatch accurately measures the calories you burn using our advanced thermoelectric technology.

Step Counter

Track the number of steps you take to make sure you’re staying active.

Sleep Tracker

Monitor your sleep quality and never worry about having to charge the PowerWatch in the morning.

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Water Resistant
to 50m

Since you never have to replace the battery, we sealed the PowerWatch tightly.
It’s water resistant to 50 meters.

Customized by you

With a range of fully customizable options, it's easy to make The PowerWatch yours. Change the watch face to suit your mood.

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App

The app will show you how many calories you've burned, steps you've taken, and whether you're getting a good night's rest. It will even show you how much electric power you've produced during the day, just like your electric meter at home! Share this data with your friends and setup competitions to see who can burn the most calories or generate the most power.

Free app coming soon:

for iOS

for Android

Design

Thickness of watch face: 12.5 mm
Diameter of watch face: 46 mm


Display

1.2" diameter LCD Memory Display


Compatibility [Wearables]

Android 4.3 Jellybean or Higher
iPhone 4s or Newer
iOS 7 or Higher


Connectivity

Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy


Chipset

Ambiq Apollo


TOTAL RAISED

812061

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Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Akram Boukai, PhD

CEO and Co-founder

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Douglas Tham, PhD

CTO and Co-founder

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Haifan Liang, PhD

VP of Technology

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Bal Singh

Manufacturing Director

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Anne Ruminski, PhD

Senior Engineer

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Arjun Mendiratta, PhD

Senior Engineer

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Martin Tran

Senior Process Engineer

Akram obtained his PhD in Chemistry from Caltech after double majoring in EE and Chemistry at UCLA. At Caltech, Akram was the co-discoverer of high performance silicon thermoelectrics. He then joined the faculty in the Materials Science Department at the University of Michigan as an Assistant Professor. There his group made a breakthrough in the manufacture of silicon thermoelectrics that led to seed funding from Khosla Ventures. Akram is now pursuing his dream of taking a laboratory discovery to commercialization as full-time CEO at Silicium

Hien Nguyen

Engineer

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