Xenoma's "E-Skin" smart shirt takes gaming to the next level, as it's a smart shirt with 14 sensors that turns your body into a motion controller. This technology can also be used to train athlete, monitor their performance, or even record the movements of someone being trained in operating an industrial machine or a vehicle. The hub is placed on the chest, and then it transmits sensor data over Bluetooth 4.2. Continue reading for another video and more information.
"As an optional add-on, the company is also looking into letting developers pair its E-Skin products with VR headsets. That would give Samsung Gear VR, Google Daydream, and other smartphone-powered units a full-body motion controller without the use of external cameras or more expensive, inside-out motion tracking modules," according to The Verge.