The world @ your fingertips
- from Shaastra :: vol 01 issue 06 :: Nov - Dec 2022
As the rollout of 5G gets under way, a sneak peek into the early development and benefits of future wireless networks
Krishnaprasad Jagadish and Raksha Rao set up Parjanya Creative Solutions in 2019 to make yoga a part of people's lifestyle. The aim of the Bengaluru-based company is not too different from the wellness apps that recommend, as you go through your day, food choices depending on your health and what you get to eat. The company’s first product, Prayoga, recommends quick bouts of yoga depending on the physical activity of a person: rapid stretches during a meeting break, cooling down with yoga after a long jog, a longer spell of postures if the day was spent behind desks, and so on. When a person follows the recommendation, the app also tracks the physiological response to the postures.