Designer Ralph Lauren has released a “smart” Polo shirt, PC Magazine reports. The compression shirt has knitted-in sensors capable of reading biological data such as heartbeat, respiration, stress level and energy output. The shirt’s aim is to “improve general wellness and increase physical fitness,” according to the brand. It was developed with a Canadian-based maker of wearable fitness trackers. “Our goal is to create and reflect the ultimate lifestyle, and we believe a healthy and active life is an essential part of that,” said a Ralph Lauren representative, adding, “Ralph Lauren is excited to help lead the industry in wearable technology in this ever-evolving, modern world.”
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