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Nadi X pants guide users into correct yoga poses

Nadi X have launched intelligent pants that listen and respond to your body, helping you achieve a perfect yoga experience.

The slick looking, Bluetooth enabled pants, have Pulse sensors woven into the hips, knees, and ankles. As you go about performing your poses, the pants keep tabs at specific points around the body and gently vibrate in the direction of the necessary adjustment if your pose is a bit off.

The data is also communicated in real-time to the smartphone app which will immediately show what the correct pose should look like. The app contains around 40 poses, as well as music to help you chill.

All this is powered by a battery which clips behind and above the left knee. A full charge will keep these intelligent pants going for about an hour and a half.

Image source: Wearable X

“The point of the product isn’t to say there is a right and a wrong pose,” Billie Whitehouse, Wearable X’s co-founder and CEO, told CNN.

“It isn’t black and white. This is just about highlighting those micro muscles that you could be thinking about — that you don’t even know exist.”

If you want some help in your quest for enlightenment, the pants retail for a whopping $299. This seems a bit steep, but perhaps not when you factor in the price of a couple of sessions with a private yoga coach. Instead, slip on these intelligent pants, connect to your smart phone and let them guide you into the correct form.

Nadi X pants are available in a choice of colours including: Midnight (solid), Midnight (with mesh), Black/White (with mesh), & Navy/Gray (with mesh). You can pre-order now for delivery in August. To follow soon after, the New York based company is launching a bra that will help you enhance your meditation practice by guiding your breathing.

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Ivan Jovin

Ivan has been a tech journalist for over 7 years now, covering all kinds of technology issues. He is the guy who gets to dive deep into the latest wearable tech news.

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