Skin that Connects to the Internet

Smart apparel company Xenoma is debuting its e-skin apparel at IFA. It incorporates stretchable sensors and electronics, which detect the user’s movement while maintaining the comfort, durability and machine washability of a regular shirt. E-skin apparel provides intuitive and immersive input for interacting with virtual reality content and games, as well as means for analysing exercise and athletic sports.

Xenoma’s e-skin and software developer’s kit (SDK) supports application development using Java SDK, Visual C# and Unity. The company has also added new features to its software to interface with the Microsoft HoloLens on the Universal Windows Platform (UWP).

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