- The yoga pants listen and respond to the wearer’s body
- It works with the help of a mobile app
- The battery will last for 90 minutes
- The revolutionary pants are manufacturing in Sri Lanka
- It priced over RS 19,000
This yoga pant with vibrating sensors that tell how to adjust the postures while doing yoga goes viral on world yoga day. The pant can listen and responds to the body of the person wearing it because of the five electronic sensors woven into the hips, knees, and ankles of the pants. Yoga’s origin may be in the east, but the unusual trend of vibrating yoga pant comes from the west. A New York based fashion tech company, Wearable X has introduced the new pants which have a small battery behind the upper left knee that lasts for more than an hour, and the data is connected to a smartphone application to activate the sensors. One can plug in with his or her yoga experience level by noting the resulting vibrations of the pants. When the vibrations suggest adjustments, the app immediately shows what the pose should look like.
According to Billie Whitehouse, founder of Wearable X, the “smart” yoga pants are called Nadi X, and they vibrate to improve your asanas. Exactly, this smart pant can give you a perfect yoga experience when you do not have an instructor around to correct your position or guide you with proper asanas, she adds.
Even though the product was just launched in New York recently, and fitness enthusiasts seem quite excited, the India market should wait till August 2017 to get starting. However, the revolutionary pants, which are manufactured in Sri Lanka, priced at an exorbitant rate of over Rs 19,000 but it would be interesting to see how many people will actually take their love for yoga to the next level.