If the device had adjustable elements, then by providing increased motion resistance, the garment could provide greater power generation and a workout to the user. People could select the mode according to their level of personal energy and their current need for electrical power.
This is very interesting and could lead to a whole new segment of the fashion/green industry. However ti also needs to be investigated with a mind to harmful or helpful effects on the wearer due to the electro-magnetic field that is generated.
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