Forget the fancy smart watches counting your steps, we now have smart clothing – things we can wear – gear that can track or measure physiological or biometric attributes such as our heart rate, or some special sensors that help us correct our unhealthy body posture, or even damaged tissues, and what not.
At this very moment, whichever sports band or wristwatch we have, they are somehow making us more fitness obsessed.
Nobody in the industry would admit but here is a fact: we need to get out of step-counting since the wrist is not the right place to stick all the sensors on.
Therefore, here we are, despite smart watches and trackers still popular in the market, we are witnessing the rising new trend of smart clothing.
I just researched using my telecom services from Local Cable Deals and found my list of a few favourite wearables. And in this article, I shall be sharing that list along with special product features:
1. Athos Core
Athos gear can basically accumulate information about all the activities conducted by the upper-body and lower-body muscles to establish how firm and strong they work.
The Athos core weighs not more than 20 grams; it collects and evaluates the data from the implanted sensors in the Athos line of clothing.
Stepping up the game from wrist to upper-body muscles like biceps, triceps, lats, traps, etc. Athos shirt would let you track your exertion in that area.
Shorts track the lower-body muscles like inner & outer quads, hamstrings, etc. Together all these mentioned features make this product unique and admirable.
The data, which consistently delivers prompt biometric tracking for muscle activity as well as the insights which ultimately assist you to exercise correctly avoiding any possible harm, can be transmitted through Bluetooth to the smartphone app.
This gadget can also track your heartbeat and breathing rate. Additionally, you will know your calorie outflow and various time spans segregated by your level of activity.
2. Sensoria Smart Socks
Sensoria Smart Socks are not any regular socks. These are 100% textile fitted with pressure sensors which notify in real-time whether you are stressing on your heels or the ball of your foot while walking.
This smart garment is connected to a thin anklet which by design transfers all the data in the course of your run directly to the Sensoria Fitness mobile app.
The product comes with a complementary smartphone app, screens your entire run in far more detail, and delivers a foot heat-map to you as well – the time spent on ground, rhythm, pace, heart rate, distance, altitude gains, GPS tracking along with various other parameters. This app also lets you modify your goals while tracking your development.
3. PoloTech Shirt
In collaboration with OMsignal, the luxury fashion brand Ralph Lauren designed PoloTech Shirt exclusively for men. Its key features analyze and report variable heartbeat rate, breathing intensity during movement, energy output, stress levels, step count and burned calories.
A weightless component around the left rib cage where threads are woven into the top, it shares the information via Bluetooth. The smartphone app provides real-time health monitoring and is capable of suggesting suitable workouts for you after observing how your body responds. The shirt’s material consists of 70%, 21% nylon, and 9% elasticity.
This Canadian based business makes a smart shirt, designed to monitor the wearer’s heart rate, heart recovery rate, heartbeat rate differences, breathing speed, minute air circulation, movement level, acceleration, calories, tempo, and steps.
Hexoskin is an impressive business started as a successful startup and now already occupied with developing its second generation line. Interestingly, the enterprise claims its products have been selected by 4 space agencies, 3 military organizations, and some sports teams across the globe. This tiny device is capable of sliding into the shirt and yields the information on the spot.
Hexoskin also transmits an insight report to the smartphone phone via Bluetooth, however, it can also be synced with third-party apps like Endomondo and RunKeeper. The one downside is that battery life is only 30 hours. What differentiates this product from PoloTech Shirt by Ralph Lauren is: it comes with long and short sleeved options and is prepared for all genders.
These pajamas were launched last year in Las Vegas, in collaboration with Tom Brady’s wellness brand TB12. They basically use infrared to lessen the inflammation which helps you get better sleep.
This outfit is termed as one of its kind because of its unique factors by Dubbed the Sleep & Recovery System. The crucial part is the inside print of the sleepwear, by means of bio-ceramic particles, gets to absorb the natural heat of the wearer’s body imitating ‘Far Infrared’.
The body benefits from this and recovers quicker while it also stimulates healthier sleep; this claim has been verified by an NIH independent study. The idea of this outfit was pitched by Bradly more than 2 years ago and now this technology has been introduced to lamps and saunas, too.
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