Company OMsignal has introduced a new high-tech product “smart” bra that monitors biometrics of the body of the owner. The device is intended to replace “traditional” activity trackers, like the Fitbit or Apple Watch.
The garment, which the company called OMbra, works similar to fitness trackers: innovative bra is embedded with sensors that throughout the day able to monitor biometric indicators of the hostess. The device measures heart rate, distance, rhythm of breathing women and sends this data to a special app on your smartphone. The latest counts calories burned.
Selling the world’s first smart bra will begin in the spring of this year. Leave OMbra to the novelty at the price of $150.