The shirts carry 14 ultrathin flexible stretch sensors which are connected by nanocolloid printed ink. Wearing such shirts allows to monitor movements in, e. g., VR games, golf sport, gymnastics, etc., without a camera in real time. The shirts can be machine washed and will be available at a price of 479 US-$ through the internet.
Xenoma is a spin-off of the University of Tokyo’s Biological Harmony Electronics Project organized by ITAYA.

JST news release, July 19, 2017