Xenoma Eskin is a long sleeved shirt designed to capture the wearer's body gesture through motion control technology that runs throughout the garment. The shirt is able to monitor health features such as breathing, movement and body temperature in a non-invasive formate thanks the electronic compression design.
The shirt has a futuristic aesthetic with a series of silver lines that run up and down the front, back and arms of the black garment. The silver lines act as sensors that are able to track the body's health and movements. The data can then be displayed in real-time on a computer screen.
The technology can be used for both the health and gaming industries, allowing players in VR landscapes to control their digital movements with their own body. Photo Credits: designboom, xenoma
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