Vibrating shirt corrects posture
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We have looked at some interesting innovations that use haptic feedback. This vibrating cap tells blind swimmers when to turn and this vibrating gas pedal notifies drivers when they are wasting fuel. FysioPal uses wearable technology, integrating sensors into the fabric of an undershirt that vibrates when the user begins to slouch. Designed by Arnhem-based fashion designer Pauline van Dongen, Fysiopal uses sensors in the undershirt to gather information from the wearer’s neck, back and shoulders to assess their general posture. The garment then syncs with a smartphone and the measurements upload to the accompanying application. When the wearer begins…
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