Alternative products to Funktional Wearables

5 alternative and related products to Funktional Wearables

Funktional Wearables

Jewelry that securely conceals your activity trackers

Ringly

Fashionable wearables. Rings connected to your phone.

Ringly sells stunning jewelry that makes sure you never miss an important call or text.

PYMNTS.com
Usually the expression "you don't know what you don't know" is a warning. It's meant to keep people, often entrepreneurs, from rushing after an idea, and, in so doing, biting off more than they can chew. Admittedly, Christina Mercando d'Avignon, founder ofRingly , did not know initially how to build smart hardware or beautiful jewelry.
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Seismic

Powered Clothing integrating apparel and robotics

Lightweight, breathable and comfortable; our apparel enables wearers to overcome limitations and achieve their full physical potential. We start by keeping it simple, like getting dressed in the morning, but with a powerful processor and an integrated sensor matrix, our Powered Clothing™ is programmable, tailored to your body and your lifestyle

TrendHunter.com
powered clothing - At the TechCrunch Disrupt technology start-up conference, apparel company Seismic unveiled its 'Powered Clothing' Spring 2019 collectio...
The Robot Report
Seismic, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based startup formerly known as Superflex, today unveiled its Powered Clothing line. And the company wants you to know: this is not an exoskeleton. Seismic CEO and co-founder Rich Mahoney, well-respected in robotics circles, says the Powered Clothing "fuses discreet robotics with textiles" to act as an extension of the human bod… See more
Robotic Gizmos
Here is a line of clothing that fuses robotics with textiles to support everyday activities. Seismic's powered clothing has base, strength, and intelligent layers. It provides 30 watts of power to each hip and lower back to support walking, sitting, standing, and lifting. More like this ➡️ here The strength layer has the robotic components ...
Futuretimeline
A startup company seeks to improve quality of life through quality of motion, fusing apparel with discreet robotics to create "powered clothing".
Silicon Valley Business Journal
A Menlo Park startup that was spun out of SRI International several years ago is bringing new meaning to the concept of the power suit - or in this case, more like power activewear.
TechRadar
Smart clothing company Seismic has unveiled its spring collection at TechCrunch Disrupt, including a new piece of powered underwear that can connect to your phone, improve your tennis game, and support your hips while you're sitting at concerts. "If you wear clothes, you are a potential customer of Seismic," says the company's CEO and co-founder Rich Mahoney… See more
Design World
Seismic, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based startup formerly known as Superflex, today unveiled its Powered Clothing line. And the company wants you to know: this is not an exoskeleton. Seismic CEO and co-founder Rich Mahoney, well-respected in robotics circles, says the Powered Clothing "fuses discreet robotics with textiles" to act as an extension of the human...
6 Alternatives to Seismic

ORII

Fastest way to send texts without a screen

ORII is a sleek smart ring that turns your hand into a phone.

A quick touch on your ear lets you hear crisp audio of your message and simply respond by only using your voice.

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