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Jessica Lipsky
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Fitness garments
Jessica Lipsky   6/5/2014 7:32:02 PM
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I've seen a bunch of fitness shirts - usually with an accelerometer and sports fabric -but many of these shirts seem the same. What do you want in a smart fitness shirt?

Susan Rambo
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Human interest?
Susan Rambo   6/5/2014 7:23:32 PM
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I enjoyed the slideshow. Wearables World group says it wants to "foster  the  blend  of  technology, art  and  humanity." Humanity, --   does that mean anything specific when they give out the funding or is it a "I'll know it when I see it"? own to handing out money?  Here's their startup page.



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