The treadmill has become a staple of fitness and life, and now, thanks to a $20,000 Google grant, it can also become a part of the life of a single person.
In February, Google awarded the nonprofit Gizmodo $20 million to develop the first treadmill, which it plans to launch later this year in partnership with New Balance.
The nonprofit is looking to use the funds to develop a new generation of treadmills, with a focus on health and wellness.
The $20-million grant, which is funded by the National Institutes of Health, will be awarded to the nonprofit’s team of researchers and designers to create the first fully-functional treadmill that meets the standards set by the International Health Council, a global organization that advocates for the health and wellbeing of people around the world.
The Gizmatics team will design the treadmill using an industrial-strength 3-D printer and software, which will help the company develop the prototype.
The treadmill will be built using an internal manufacturing process that will ensure the treadmill is as light as possible.
The company plans to use a 3D printer to create a high-quality 3-dimensional model of the prototype treadmill.
The team will also create the firmware and control system for the treadmill, according to the grant application.
“We’re using our experience with manufacturing to help the community build the best possible treadmill for the most people possible,” Gizmats chief scientist and co-founder Jonathan Rippon said in a statement.
“We believe the Gizmatic treadmill will improve health, wellness, and a lot of other things in the world.”
The company will have to demonstrate its treadmill in an environment where it can be worn on the person’s skin.
The new treadmill will not require a smartphone app to be worn.
Gizmaties goal is to develop an “environment-friendly treadmill,” which is a machine that can be used anywhere outdoors, including on the wearer’s body.
GizMatics says the treadmill will help people with arthritis, arthritis and muscle weakness, and help people improve their overall fitness.
“A lot of our goal is really to help people understand the mechanics of what we’re trying to do,” Rippons co-CEO Scott Hochman said.
“It’s not really a health thing, it’s really an exercise and training thing.
We’re really trying to help with a lot that we know about, as well as understand the other benefits of exercise.”
Gizmatt’s first treadmill will feature the treadmilling technology, which requires the user to stand on a surface for a few seconds while the treadmill pushes the user up and down on a treadmill.
It also includes a battery that can power the treadmill for an hour, according a release from the nonprofit.
The treadmill is expected to cost about $500,000.
The Gizmetics team is aiming to raise another $10 million from investors.