Supa is here to make the quantified self cool You can get the Supa in three sizes — small, medium and large — and it comes in three distinct styles. Athos is based on expensive medical tech but designed for gym bunnies. The second generation Owlet Smart Sock has all the features you know and love from the original. Whatever the need, gift or occasion, we've got your covered. No longer just navy blue, peacoats come in a range of colors and a variety of lengths.
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Komodo smart sleeve gets serious about heart rate monitoring. Aside from offering accurate heart rate data, it monitors sleep, workout intensity and is available in two different models.
Its module also has sensors on board to monitor body temperature, air quality and UV rays. While it sounds like a perfect fit for fitness lovers, the startup behind AIO hopes that it can also measure stress levels and even help detect heart inflammation and coronary heart disease as well. We're currently putting the sleeve and sensor through its paces, so we'll see if these lofty aims are met in our full review.
The Montreal-based smart clothing startup recently unveiled its latest connected shirt that's laced with sensors. Along with monitoring heart rate, breathing and movement, it's now fitted with a Bluetooth Smart sensor so you can pair your favourite fitness apps such as MapMyRun, RunKeeper and Strava, as well as a whole host of third-party accessories.
Data is captured in real time and sends it all to the companion app, providing insights on a range of sporty metrics including intensity and recovery, calories burned, fatigue level and sleep quality. Now, with women firmly in its sights, its mission has been to finally fix the sports bra once and for all — and make it smart in the process. The OMbra records distances run, breathing rates and heart rate, and even tells you when you're recovered enough to head back to the gym.
And it links it up with all the fitness platforms you'd expect, just in case you're not that into OMsignal OMrun. The bra is adjustable at almost every thread, with straps, padding and cups all designed to fit your needs. Athos is based on expensive medical tech but designed for gym bunnies. Its range of training clothes comes woven with micro-EMG sensors that detect which of your muscles are working and transfer this workout data to a smartphone via a Bluetooth core.
Muscle effort, heart rate and breathing are all tracked and the app provides insights to help you to exercise correctly and avoid injury. This could be the personal trainer in your pocket you've been waiting for. Sensoria's second gen connected socks aim to track your runs in detail, offering information on pace, distance and time as well as your running style.
They can help users run with better form thanks to a new AI coach, which can lead to faster times and a reduced risk of injury. The socks feature three textile pressure sensors, which measure the pressure placed on the foot during running. The new Sensoria Core module, which does the brain work, is now also smaller and lighter to wear than the original. A new monthly subscription also unlocks a new dashboard and new training plans. The socks feature microsensors woven into the fabric to continuously monitor temperature, and when they detect a rise in heat — a possible sign that inflammation is occurring — they'll alert the user with a smartphone notification or text message.
The idea is to catch injuries before it's too late, since inflammation can lead to foot ulcers. However, with diabetics who suffer from nerve damage often experiencing numbness in the legs, these symptoms are often ignored. Shipping is expected to commence later this year, though people with diabetes interested in the connected socks can pre-order their plan already.
Samsung is going big on smart clothing and has already shown off its Body Compass workout shirt, which monitors biometric data, and a golf shirt in collaboration with Bean Pole Golf that includes weather and UV rating monitoring.
The Korean giant also has an NFC smart suit, built in collaboration with Rogatis, that lets the wearer unlock their phone, swap business cards digitally and set gadgets to office and drive modes. We'll round things off with a truly life-saving use for smart clothing.
Neopenda's vital signs monitor is fitted inside a hat for newborn babies. It can measure temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate and blood oxygen saturation. It is being developed by New York-based health startup of the same name, founded by Sona Shah and Teresa Cauvel, two Columbia University biomedical engineering graduates.
Up to 24 baby hats can be wirelessly synced, via Bluetooth, to one tablet which will run custom software. The idea is that doctors and nurses can check up on the vital signs of the whole room at a glance and get alerts if any changes in temperature or heart rate, say, are cause for concern. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, the team is now in Uganda carrying out pilot studies to make its smart baby hat a reality.
I have personally only used the Owlet on this list of devices, but it is a lifesaver!!! Who knew there was so many options out there? We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation.
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