SEATTLE – Software and technology giant Microsoft has developed a bra to help women stay trim.
The bra, equipped with various censors, will not only check a woman’s heartbeat, body temperature and stress level but will even let her know if she’s eating too much.
The data gathered by the sensors is forwarded to an App installed on the woman’s smartphone via Bluetooth. The App will tell the woman whether she’s living healthy or not.
Mary Czerwinski, a psychologist and head of the research team that develops the bra at Microsoft, says the ‘high-tech’ lingerie will make a women aware of her bad habits and help her ‘to unlearn’ them.
Not really fair for men now is it? After all let’s face it, men have equally, if not more, bad habits than women do and could certainly use the help to get rid off some of them.
Well, don’t sweat it: Microsoft has the guys covered as well. Not with a high-tech lingerie garment but with a wristband that tracks the same vital signs as the bra does and lets men, via a Bluetooth interfaced smartphone App, know what bad habits they need to change.
No word yet on when the ‘lifestyle changing’ garments will be available to consumers.
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