This world belongs to the smart things- smartphones, smart watches, smart gadgets, smart cars, smart lifestyle and what not. And dumb people, of course. So, everything is getting smarter these days, why should clothing industry lack behind?
Smart clothing is here, and big fashion brands like Ralph Lauren, Joe's Jeans are getting their feet wet in smart clothing products. Few of fashion designer who are not as big as these brands are showcasing their smart clothing accessories on Instagram.
Days are gone when you had to wear a Fitbit to monitor your workout session at the gym or carrying a power bank to charge your phone. Smart clothing will do that for you and many other things. You can't even imagine how these innovative smart clothing products will make your life easy.
So, let's have a look at the most amazing smart clothing options out there.
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This smart t-shirt will monitor your heartbeat and number of calories you burned and will send them to an app on your smartphone.
These real-time metrics can help you to achieve your target heartbeat just by talking to your t-shirt.
These jumpsuits use sensor technology to monitor your baby's breathing, temperature, and activity while sleeping.
A smart pocket is included in the bag that can charge your phone of any size.
They bio-printed an ancient bacteria on the clothing, which expands and contracts based on the bacteria's exposure to moisture.
These flaps are activated by the ancient bacteria, which respond to the change in moisture. I think this one is the best example of smart clothing.
This uniform is designed for airplane crew members to relay important information like the flight number and destination to the fellow member by embedded sensors and LED lights.
Athos uses the electromyography sensors for real-time metrics, which are embedded in clothing.
Users put in what poses they want help with in a corresponding app, and the pants will detect when you're trying to get in that pose and start the haptic vibrations.
Samsung unveiled this smart belt at CES in January which is loaded with sensors to monitor your eating habits.
These socks will tell you how far and how fast you ran.
So, what do you think about these smart clothing products?