New ‘Smart Polo’ Detects Wearer’s Stress Levels

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New ‘Smart Polo’ Detects Wearer’s Stress Levels

At the U.S. Open this week, Ralph Lauren debuted new wearable technology called the “Smart Polo” shirt, which uses sensors integrated in the fabric to detect the wearer’s stress levels, that needs to be recharged after 30 workouts. What do you think?

  • “Having a shirt that I have to worry about recharging should do wonders for my stress.”

    Josiah Leeds
    Hiking Docent
  • “It’s about time someone created a shirt I’m afraid will electrocute me when it rains.”

    Nancy Lenehan
    Lanyard Weaver
  • “If you just pop the collar, your stress levels would be cut in half instantly.”

    Jake Bressler
    Summer Associate
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