Fo̱s is a wearable LED display system for athletes designed by Anders Nelson. The panel contains a bright LED grid which can be programmed wirelessley through your phone.
Weighing less than a golf ball, the panel will keep you visible while working out and also displays information to those around you. It can show you’ve reached your fitness goal, how many calories you’ve burned or who you’re running for.
There are 64K shades of light for every pixel and the 60+ frames-per-second processing power makes all movement smooth. The custom embedded system contains a powerful 32-bit microprocessor, flash memory, LED matrix driver and an efficient power supply.
Fos is currently raising funds on Kickstarter, where it is available in a single-height 11×3″ black fabric patch with white or blue LEDs and a 32×8 pixel grid ($149). There is also a double-height 11×5″ patch with a larger 32×16 pixel grid ($299) and a triple-width 36×3″ adjustable belt made with black genuine leather that has a 96×8 pixel grid in a rich amber color ($599). You can check out the campaign video below: