Smart Shirt Monitors Workouts And Tracks Your Progress

Smart Shirt Monitors Workouts And Tracks Your Progress

Squid is a sensor-equipped shirt that captures electrical signals created by muscle movement.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 february 2012

Smart clothing is looking to be the next extension of the quantified self trend, with this prototype sensor-equipped shirt created by a team of senior engineering and graphic design students from Northeastern University. The t-shirt monitors muscle output and efficiency during workouts, and connects with an Android app and interactive website to track biofeedback and progress in real-time.

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