OMsignal has launched a “smart bra” for women.
The Montreal-based wearable tech startup, which makes smart shirts for men, says that the OMbra “is a product of science and engineering as much as it is the product of design and creation.”
The bra features four-way stretchable fabric and mesh panels, as well as adjustable straps. It also features new technology from the Canadian company called OMrun, which is a platform to help runners manage performance.
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OMrun measures breathing rhythm, fatigue levels, and biometric effort.
The bra and platform will become available in spring 2016, according to OMsignal.