The Xenoma E-Skin basically turns your torso into a motion controller, so your body movements act as software inputs for games and other motion-based apps. It uses a Bluetooth module that plugs into the center of your chest to transmit the data from the sensors to a nearby PC or smartphone running Xenoma’s custom software. Tech reporter Nick Statt got to try out the “E-skin” smart shirt at CES Unveiled 2018.

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