Clothing Option Actively Corrects Your Posture

Clothing Option Actively Corrects Your Posture
Design

FysioPal is a shirt that syncs with a smartphone and vibrates to notify wearers if they're slouching

Zack Palm
  • 21 november 2016

A new method to improve posture has come to your smartphone. An application syncs with sensors in an undershirt—a smart top named FysioPal, designed by Arnhem-based fashion designer, Pauline van Dongen—layered with electronics. When a wearer falls into a bad posture, the top vibrates to notify the user for adjustment, making a great clothing option for office workers.

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