Technology is now one step ahead, guess how? After a number of smart and unexpected inventions, we’ve wearable technology other than smartwatches and glasses. Check out what we are introducing you to.
1 Nadi X Yoga Pants
The Nadi X Yoga Pants act as your own yoga instructor, vibrating to correct your poses.
2 Ice walkers
3 Levi's x Google smart Commuter Trucker Jacket
Levi's has brought a modern twist to the classic, iconic Levi's denim jacket. The company has teamed up with Google to make the Commuter Trucker Jacket With Jacquard, which has conductive Jacquard Thread and a snap tag that lets the wearer operate smart functions like audio control, directions, and screening calls through specific motions.
4 Under Armour pajamas
Under Armour teamed up with the New England Patriots' star quarterback Tom Brady to create pajamas that help speed up recovery time. The material incorporates bioceramic technology that absorbs infrared wavelengths emitted by the body and reflects back far infrared energy, which helps the body recover faster during sleep. Far infrared energy is a completely safe type of radiation that promotes cell regrowth within the body, which ultimately helps means your muscles and joints regenerate faster.
5 Waist extender
6 Smart baby socks
The socks connect to a base station that glows green to illustrate that everything is okay, but uses lights, sounds, and app notifications if heart rate or oxygen levels are too high or low.
7 Men’s belt with a tool set
8 Bra extender
9 Athos Core
Slipping on an Athos shirt will allow you to track exertion of major upper-body muscle groups: pecs, biceps, triceps, deltoids, lats, and traps. Shorts track exertion of major lower-body muscle groups: inner quads, outer quads, hamstrings, and glutes. The information is relayed via Bluetooth to the smartphone app which in turn provides real-time biometric tracking, including muscle activity and insights to help you to exercise correctly and avoid injury.
With this gadget, you can also track your heart and breathing rate, and there is a 6-axis accelerometer for measuring movement, calorie expenditure and active time versus rest time.
10 Elastic thigh bands
OMBra goes beyond the basic heart rate. It also measures metrics such as distance, time, cadence, pace, impact, and breathing rhythm. This is the first ever sports bra to combine heart and breathing rhythms to deliver actionable insights for runners of all levels. Intensity level data is utilized for optimal progress and fat burning results while helping reduce the risk of injury and fatigue.
12 Sensoria Running Socks
These are no ordinary socks. Sensoria Smart Socks are infused with 100% textile pressure sensors to inform you in real-time when you are striking with the heel or the ball of your foot.
The smart garment connects to a lightweight anklet which wirelessly relays data during your run to the Sensoria Fitness mobile app. You then get information in real-time such as your cadence and foot landing technique.
The accompanying smartphone app monitors your run in much more detail detail and provides you with a foot heat-map as well as information on your foot landing, contact time on the ground, cadence, pace, heart rate (when connected with the Sensoria HRM or other devices), speed, distance, altitude gains, GPS track and many other parameters. The app also allows you to tailor your goals and track your progress.
13 Ministry of Supply Mercury Heated Jacket
Mercury is a sleek looking urban jacket from Ministry of Supply. The garment is 90% recycled, voice-controllable through assistants like Amazon Alexa, wind/waterproof, and best of all, uses machine learning to heat to your optimal temperature. Recently launched on Kickstarter, the campaign to make this product a reality has smashed many times through its goal. Delivery is expected in August this year.
There are other battery-powered thermal jackets on the market, but what’s really innovative about Mercury is the machine-learning piece. It reads temperature, motion data, and user preferences to provide the right amount of heat across a wide range of environments. Put more simply, it knows what you want before you even tell it.
14 Suddora Multi Colored Zipper Sweatband Wristband
15 The travel bra
The Travel Bra has a patented drop-down mesh pocket that stores cash and even stretches to take a passport. It folds up under the band when not in use. It has a side mesh stretch sleeve that takes a credit card or hotel room key. It has mini-pockets integrated into the shoulder straps for jewelry or scan card. Extra storage is available under the cups for storing more cash. In one version it has a front pocket for storing lipstick. The Travel Bra has no underwire, is anti-odor treated and super soft.
16 Nike Studio Wrap