Become Part of Sartorial and Technological History…


beta-test the "smart shirt," which has

tiny conductive fibers [woven] into the cotton fabric of a shirt to enable monitoring of physiological activity.

A device smaller than a PDA snaps on the side of the shirt to collect data and transmit it to a computer. The data then is sent wired or wirelessly to clinicians or researchers.

The conductive fiber collects data on a wearer's movement, heart rate and respiration rate in real time. The shirt, minus the snap-on device, is washable….

[Via Slashdot]