While watches and wristbands are the devices du jour for wearable computing, new technologies are coming that will integrate computing even deeper into the fabric of our lives. Literally.
Davide Vigano, the co-founder and CEO of Sensoria, was on stage at Gigaom’s Structure Connect show on Wednesday discussing how his company is weaving sensors right into clothing in order to provide data about stuff never before measurable. We may not be on a path to “the internet of thongs,” he joked in reference to the current internet of things movement, but we’re close. Sensoria is already making socks, T-shirts and sports bras with sensors built into them.
In the future, sensors could actually be woven directly into textiles. That could be a big deal because clothes that are smart by default would eliminate what Vigano calls a “baby treasure hunt” for devices every morning. “Any time you actually ask a consumer…
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