An E-Skin technology sporting shirt that tracks your movements unveiled at CES 2018
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A Japanese startup named Xenoma has unveiled its smart clothing shirt at CES 2018. The shirt which comes with an ‘E-Skin’ technology has 14 sensors placed on it to monitor the movement of your body. The E-Skin shirt kit will be available for men for a price of $5000 per set for the first 100 developers in March. The regular price of the shirt kit is $7,500.
It has a frame rate of 60 fps but the developers kit provided with the pack also supports 30, 10 and 1 fps.
The e-hub that transmits information from the shirt has a four hours battery life and can be recharged through a micro USB provided on the hub.
The Software Development Kit also enables to create apps for Windows and Android which can interact with the E-Skin tech sporting shirt.