'Move' clothing tracks your movement, won't make you look this good

There's nothing quite like having a hot female model showing off a new clothing design. In this case, the creators at Electricfoxy have made a prototype technology garment called Move that is ably demonstrated in the video below, using a model to give an idea of what this product is supposed to do.

The video is, well, quite alluring to watch in itself. However, if you can take your eyes off the short film for a second, you might learn more about Move. It's designed to work with a mobile app that tracks the movements of the person wearing the garment. You can use it for an exercise routine or for a dance session.

The company claims that the garment analyses the wearer's movements and sends that information to the mobile app in real time. If the app senses that you are doing a physical routine the wrong way, it will let you know immediately.

The garment itself uses electronics with "soft and bendable eTextiles and small components", according to Electricfoxy, so it can be comfortable as possible to wear. There's no word on when Move will be released to the public or what its price point might be. In the meantime, you can still check out the video as long as you want.

Images via Electricfoxy

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Video doesn't explain anything, the model isn't even very attractive if they are aiming to woo customers with sexy models. It sounds like they are selling a consumer version of an animation bodysuit, and I doubt it would be able to fit into the outfit the 'model' was wearing if it is to include sensors for arms and legs.

Or maybe I have this all wrong and this is really a sensor to measure her hair flicks?

Azn women are hot, this one is average (wonder if shaved) ... also, did not understand anything from the video (granted sound was on mute) but have seen only 3s of ass, - fail commercial , was expecting more, closeups of TnA to see how the material flexes and "moves"

Ignoring the objectification of the woman, I don't see how this 'system' can evenly slightly detect the position of the models arms and hands etc. Maybe it's explained later in the video but I got bored with it after the first minute.

Yes I agree... there is no sign just how much or little this design can detect the locomotion of the wearer of the garment. The video seems more exhibition than demo of the technology. It's more like a teaser, would have been nice to see the mobile app in action with readout in a picture in picture or something. I must say I did watch the video to the end expecting something to happen besides the light use of a few After Effects plugins. But I guess the video did its job aye? ::shrug::

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