OK, maybe life isn't the best role-playing game, but it's pretty damn important. And that's why San Francisco start-up GreenGoose created lifestyle platform to track it.
Packaged with a water bottle, toothbrush and a vitamin container, the GreenGoose logs how many times a week people, say, pick up their toothbrush, awarding them points each time they do.
There are sensors on the bottles and the toothbrush for tracking - as well as a credit-card sized pedometer - that can communicate with the GreenGoose base station that's attached to a broadband router.
The points that players earn are worth, well, nothing per se, other than hopefully a healthy body and clean teeth. And that is priceless.
Turn Real Life Into a Role-Playing Game With GreenGoose Sensors [Medagadget Thanks, Andrew!]