I stumbled upon Green Goose and after some searching I found out that it is a new product that hasn’t started selling yet but does a lot of things that I previously planned on possibly doing. They are currently looking for funds.
GreenGoose uses wireless sensors to turn everyday activities and household products into interactive fun. GreenGoose’s lifestyle game platform is enabled by wireless sensors that automatically measure personal behaviors with sensors that stick to objects such as toys, pets, water bottles, toothbrushes, and household objects. Online games are played by doing things in the real-world that are wirelessly transmitted to the GreenGoose platform. (source)
I found some more information on another website:
Green Goose is a motivational strategy gadget that turns simple household chores into games. And kids love games.
You start by attaching the sticker sensor into chores like feeding the dog, taking out the trash and more. If you want to promote healthy habits, you can stick the sensor to your kid’s water bottle to ensure that your kid drinks plenty of water every day or place the sensor on your kid’s pockets to measure physical activity.
Every time your kid is doing the activity where the sensor is attached to, the sensors will take in the action, measure it, and your kid scores!
The good thing about it is that you don’t have to ask your kid if he or she did this task today, because every action where the sticker sensor is attached to, will get sent online. You can track your kid’s progress on its site and lifestyle points gets accumulated automatically. It even shows a graph of your kid’s performance.
In a way, this system is kind of like “leveling up.” More action equals more points.
According to Green Goose founder Brian Krejcarek, this system is all about “quantified fun.” You literally can measure up and put fun into mundane things like exercise or cleaning the windows. It takes away the boredom and teaches your kid responsibility. It’s a win-win situation. (source)