Nadi X is a line of tights that communicate on the body to correct your form. Specializing in human/computer interaction, Wearable Experiments have created a language that allows the skin to become the interface using directional haptic feedback.

Haptic vibrations are built into a full physical language, allowing the technology to communicate feedback to help correct your form and achieve your wellness goals.  The frequency and intensity of each vibration changes based on the body position and angle. 

Technology doesn’t need to be invasive or obtrusive. It should be designed with the human at the center.

NADI X: tights for form correction

Using the accompanying app, the user is able to select the poses they would like to monitor and allow form correction to achieve optimal alignment.  

Nadi X official press release here

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