Vibrating Suit Fine Tunes Athletes’ Techniques

Vibrating Suit Fine Tunes Athletes’ Techniques

A research project from Birmingham City University gives the wearer feedback about their position and highlights movement errors.

Emma Hutchings
  • 10 may 2012

A cross-disciplinary team from Birmingham City University in the UK have developed a wearable device that has applications in health and sport. MotivePro, which has been dubbed the ‘Vibrating Suit,’ helps the wearer to improve their memory of physical technique. It is said to have great potential in giving UK athletes a competitive advantage.

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