Enhance your performance by having full visibility on your body's vital signs.
Our clothing automatically tracks biometric and biomechanical data, in real time. This data is wirelessly transmitted to the cloud and then displayed on any device, such as on a smartphone, desktop or Augmented Reality headset.
Monitor heart rate, breathing rate and joint biomechanics to track performance and ensure perfect technique
Monitor muscular imbalances to prevent putting unnecessary strain on muscle groups, and decrease injury-risk
Get real-time feedback on your training sessions, workouts and competitions
Know when you're close to your PB and have energy left to push harder
"700 million people will be wearing clothes connected to the internet by 2022"
“Would be nice to have instant feedback on body positioning”
"I don’t like the traditional sports science approach [of putting people in a lab and measuring]. I want to understand them in their performing environment"
"Taking [data] outside the lab is definitely an area of development, where data is more real and relevant"
"Athletes want to know ‘should I do more or less’"
Nanosensors embedded in clothing track your body's vital signs and movements to give practical insights on how to improve your health and performance. The clothing connects wirelessly to your smartphone to provide real-time feedback on your activity and how to improve it.
Currently: Joint biomechanics (joint angles, movement velocity and acceleration), heart rate
Future: Sleep, sweat, core body temperature, breathing rate
Data is colleceted directly through our graphene nanosensors and then wirelessly transferred to the cloud via WiFi in real-time
Monitor biometrics and joint biomechanics to make data-driven decisions to maximize outcomes
Every workout, training session, competition - all your performance data logged automatically for you to review, analyze and learn from
Know when to take a break, hydrate or keep going by monitoring vital signs
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