CES 2015: Hexoskin Debuts Line of Connected Biometric Shirts for Children and Teens

Biometric t-shirt maker Hexoskin today revealed its new line of clever tee shirts for kids and young adults at CES 2015, enabling coaches and parents to track physical metrics in real-time under an iOS application.

The Hexoskin Junior showcases built-in sensors inside of a light in weight, water-resistant shirt, with an optimized suitable for rule of dampness and heat. The sensing units themselves could track a number of metrics including heart rate, step matter, sleep period, and calories burned, along with advanced data like heart rate rehabilitation, acceleration, breathing volume, and rest.

Every one of the metrics could be examined on Hexoskin’s free mobile application for iOS, which can supply an appearance at aspects like a customer’s heartbeat in real-time, or a running session with GPS data to assess range. The app and the Hexoskin t-shirt can likewise be used to measure a person’s VO2max level, which is the optimal volume of oxygen that could be used.

The Hexoskin Junior is readily available in itself for $$ 149.99 or in a starter set for $$ 379.99 which contains a Bluetooth recording device and USB cable. The Hexoskin recording device is not required to track metrics with the Hexoskin shirt, however it does permit users to store 150 hrs of information with reduced power intake and is Apple Created iPhone (MFi) certified. On its very own, Hexoskin’s Bluetooth recording device sells for $$ 230.00.

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