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January 8, 2018.


E-Skin. © Xenoma.

At the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Japanese startup Xenor unveiled a smart shirt with 14 sensors that can transform your torso into a video game controller. While the device seems limited in its current iteration, it’s clearly blazing a trail for future VR games. Even if Circuit Breaker’s journalist thinks the look itself is silly, I fancy the design and think it’s pretty cool. At this rate, pretty soon we’re all going to look like characters from Tron…

Circuit Breaker, “This ‘E-Skin’ smart shirt turns your torso into a video game motion controller.”