Electricfoxy won’t be publishing new concept work for a few months to focus on some big opportunities! However, keep in touch with me as I continue to cover the ins-and-outs of the wearable tech industry here. If you have any inquiries, please contact me at inquiries@electricfoxy.com.

 

Move: Precision in Movement

Move is a technology garment that guides you toward optimal performance and precision in movement in an ambient, precise, and beautiful way. From daily activities to sports activities to expressive movement, it provides a softer, poetic, and more personal approach to physical performance that helps you alleviate incorrect physical movement, which can lead to chronic pain or even long-term damage. The more precise you can move, the faster you improve your fitness and overall health.

Move Project Site »

 

Pulse: Stay in your zone

Pulse is a wearable accessory and mobile phone experience that monitors your heart rate and helps keep you in your most optimal fitness zone. No constant calculation of your heart rate during your work out. No bulky hardware. Pulse simplifies your heart rate performance and helps keep you in your zone, beautifully and discretely.

Pulse Project Site »

 

Peekiboo: See her world

Peekiboo is a technology garment for babies that captures the moments that your baby finds interesting and allows you to see the world through her eyes, before she can even tell you. The experience automatically captures moments that interest her based on her brain activity and from her point of view, which allows you to get to know your baby in unique ways and understand how she feels before she is able to tell you.

Peekiboo Project Site »

 

Ping: A social networking garment

Ping explores wearable technology solutions that are connected to software and services. It consists of a garment that connects to your Facebook account wirelessly and from anywhere. It allows you to stay connected to your friends and groups of friends simply by performing natural gestures that are built into the mechanics of the garments we wear. Lift up a hood, tie a bow, zip, button, and simply move, bend and swing to ping your friends naturally and automatically. No phone, no laptop, no hardware. Simply go about your day, look good and stay connected.

Ping Project Site »
ISWC 2011 Best Execution Award »

 

Zip: Control Your Music

Zip explores the aesthetics and interaction of wearable technology solutions that have built-in music controls. There are many products on the market today ranging from snowboard jackets to hoodies that allow you to connect your music player and control it using buttons integrated into the textiles. However, most of the solutions simply take the music player’s hardware controls and replicate them on the sleeve or inside the lapel using eTextiles.

Zip Project Site »

 

Run: race, jog, train, and play tag

Run is a training and gaming system that allows casual runners to detect and run with other runners without letting geography get in the way. The system includes an intelligent shoe, a web site, a cell phone application, and an infrastructure that includes a series of experiences for multiple niche markets within the sports and gaming communities.

 

Mix: DJ through dance

Mix turns what teens love into a fun, community-based, and entertainment sport encouraging them to stay physically active. The experience allows them to become their own dj, start and/or join a band, and create custom music tracks through the dance moves that they love. It includes a portable wireless gesture-based mixing device that you wear as an accessory and a web-based community that teens can get involved with at any level and advance up to a full-blown performance.

 

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2 Comments

  1. ElectricFoxy | Kamppeet
    September 18, 2012

    [...] offering a much richer language for self-expression, improvement, and healthy living” Their website showcases some very interesting projects [...]

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    July 10, 2014

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