Put on Sensible Clothes To Observe VR Exercises
Here are 3 smart apparel companies at CES: 2018 that you can visit right now to collect data on your body, and one will even turn it into a VR controller! Take these wearables with you on your fitness journey!
VR Fitness Insider has to take a look THE smart clothes at CES. The Austrian smart textile company has been developing its product for 3 years and can be worn during exercise for accurate health and fitness data. QUS has 2 textile sensors that measure heart rate and breathing rate as well as GPS and acceleration. The QUS sensors are located on the back of the shirt and can be removed from the onboarding unit, where they are clicked into place. Wear QUS shirts during a full body VR workout like The fastest fist and Thrill of the fight, then fight the sweat by simply removing the sensors and washing. The textile fibers inside the shirt are all machine friendly.
The smart shirt has already been worn by soccer teams and helps coaches and coaches to get results and information about their players. Get a match report from the paired app and see feedback on heart rate and your performance or the team during training or competition. Worn during a nap or at night, QUS can provide valuable sleep data so wearers can see if they are getting a good night’s sleep. The information can be saved in the app and in the cloud storage for easy access anywhere.
The current price of the QUS smart shirt is $ 350 and has not yet been released to the public, but the company is aiming for a full release in June 2018.
you find THE at the CES: 2018 in Las Vegas, 9.-12. January, at Tech West, Sands Expo, Level 2, Halls AD and Venetian; and also in the meeting rooms on level 2 No. 44922.
Wearing smart shirts and socks from Sensoria fitness provides the wearer with fitness data that is linked to an app. Your front-facing and dual sock sensors and anklet send real-time audio information about the impact forces of the foot, pace, distance, heart rate and level of fatigue during exercise or are sent to the app. This is extremely helpful whether you’re preparing for a marathon or hitting the beat BOX VRwhere any information recorded can be used to improve lap times or help you reach your target heart rate.
The intelligent clothing from Sensoria Fitness is not limited to socks with sensors, but also offers short-sleeved shirts, sleeveless shirts (tank tops) and sports bras with sensors. The top sensors are located where the chest meets the stomach. You can read heart rate fluctuations without the annoying strap and can be removed for washing. The smart clothing material is antimicrobial, moisture-transporting and feels soft and breathable on the skin.
You can purchase a pair of Sensoria fitness socks with the sensors for $ 49, an anklet for $ 159, and the heart rate monitor for $ 79 alone. The clothes cost $ 119 to $ 139 with sensors or without sensors for $ 69 to $ 79. You can find more prices on all products on their website. Each fitness sensor has a battery life of over 8 months, depending on use, and is compatible with apps such as Strava, Runtastic, PolarBeat.
Visit the Sensoria fitness Booth at CES: 2018 in Sands, Halls AD, booth # 44334 for more information on their smart apparel line.
In the past we’ve treated how Xenomas Clever E-skin shirt has changed the way we look at smart wearables and how we use them in VR. The e-skin long-sleeved compression shirt has 14 strategically placed sensors that are woven into the front and back of the shirt. The water- and sweat-friendly textile can bend and bend with the body when running, jumping and fighting in VR games. The smart shirt uses the 14 upper body sensors along with a detachable accelerometer and a gyroscope on the chest to track movement (without a camera), breath readings and fluctuating body temperatures.
The e-skin shirt has bluetooth connectivity so its wearer can connect to VR, AR and MR headsets, computers and smartphones to get more information about how their body is responding to playing VR Play is responsive. Wearing e-skin with a compatible VR game can also turn the body into a gaming controller. Trainers and athletes are provided with many useful statistics on proper posture, form, and other helpful data that could prevent overuse and injury. Xenoma announced at CES 2018 that they will join efforts to help patients with dementia via the motion tracking features of their smart clothing.
Xenoma is expected to be hers Developer kit in the first quarter of 2018 for developers and developers to start developing e-skin compatible games, experiences and applications. They can sign up to access their dev kit for $ 5,000. There’s no word yet on how much or when the public can buy an e-skin shirt, but rumors are rumored that they could start selling this year.
cashbox Genome at their CES: 2018 booth at Sands Expo, Halls AD, booth # 44216 for more information on the Smart Sensing E-Skin Shirt.
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