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Data-driven fashion improving our mental health and physical well-being through wearable technology

Ready to expand the range of experience and quality of feedback that defines your day-to-day? Listen to this episode of The Staying Curious Podcast to find out how to step into the future of haptics and data-driven fashion design through Billie Whitehouse’s brand, Wearable X. 

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Shifting the landscape of wearable technology: How Wearable X assesses the huge burgeoning of wearable fitness space across industries at large

Billie Whitehouse, CEO and Creative Director of Wearable X

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Colliding design and haptics technology to improve our quality of life 

Are you recording your steps? Tracking data on your sleep quality? Host Aimee Heuschkel’s guest on this episode of The Staying Curious Podcast is taking us one step further with her cutting-edge, wearable technology. Billie Whitehouse, CEO and Creative Director of the Wearable X line of fashion apparel, is bringing together design and haptics to improve our quality of life through immediate, accurate bio-feedback. She is sharing the latest in product developments – most especially the company’s first direct-to-consumer product, the Nadi X. 

How data-driven wearables are optimizing the human landscape  

Excited to be standing at the intersection of fashion and technology, Billie highlights how her activated yoga apparel works in combination with a customizable app. It’s a forerunner to data-driven wearables that makes devices like smartwatches and rings look clunky and limited by comparison. She also explains what haptics do and why they are on the brink of reshaping the human landscape in transformational (positive!) ways. 

Immediate, accurate bio-feedback and other ways Wearable X personalized data is pioneering in fashion technology

Billie’s yoga pants deploy sophisticated sensors with personalized feedback along with a powerful platform that acts as a personalized coach and can customize flow classes to exactly your style and speed. It’s a system that makes it easier than ever to grow a yoga practice without injury or frustration. Ready to expand the range of experience and quality of feedback that defines your day-to-day? Here’s your chance to find out how to step into the future of haptics and data-driven fashion design

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