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OmSignal makes biometric-tracking smart bra
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Jan '16
Courtesy: dnaindia.com
Courtesy: dnaindia.com
Wearable tech apparel developer OMsignal has unveiled the OMbra, a sports bra that records the wearer's biometrics and streams them to an iOS device. It also features stretchable fabric and antimicrobial meshing.

This smart bra can last 10 workouts before needing a recharge and is even splash proof.

The OMbra is equipped with flexible sensors, which can determine when it's time to exercise a little harder, or take a breather.

By tracking a person's activity right at the core of the body, the OMbra can help a person understand what the body is trying to say.

It measures and records the information to show progress over time, and tracks heart rate and breathing rhythm so you can push your limits safely.

The OMbra is built with the female body in mind, so the sports bra is built to adapt to a body that changes day to day.

The smart bra has adjustable straps on the shoulders and back in order to fit different body shapes, and to give it the flexibility necessary to adapt to the female body.

The OMbra is thin and flexible, as though it's 'hardly there', and it doesn't come cheap. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk - India


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