What’s the difference between “smart” and “intelligent” clothing?

The simple answer is this: “smart” clothing provides a set of data that users must interpret themselves. It’s basically a one-way conversation with a device. However, “intelligent” clothing employs active-response technology, so the garments can interpret data automatically and adjust themselves to accommodate the wearers’ specific needs.  “Smart” Clothing Smart wearable today is primarily defined by electronic devices, notably bracelets. …

Will intelligent clothing become readily accessible on the market? If so, when?

Yes. Within the next 24-36 months, you’ll find several truly intelligent clothing on the market. Some will give you more power to work out, some will make you more protected, some will give your more comfort in hot or cold environments or some will improve your swing… While some companies have already attempted to dabble in this category, most garments …

How did Clim8 come to life?

    We saw a tremendous need for intelligent clothing on the market. It’s been evident from the beginning of human civilisation that people need to be warm when it’s cold and cooler when it’s hot. So here we are. The journey started at CES 2015, reading an exciting article on awarded tech-based company who develop a smart garment straight …

Thermoregulation – a superpower you DO have!

How can we run in the heat of L.A., swim across the sea between France and England, or survive accidents in the Rockies? Because we thermoregulate! Behind this somewhat barbaric word lies simply the capacity of our body to constantly adapt to the situation to remain at a stable temperature. The ability to thermoregulate is not just a fancy feature, …

Is it too hot to run?

You have been waiting for months and finally here it is: Summer. Rain showers are just a bad memory and cold winds have become part of history. It’s nice and warm outside. But could it be too warm to exercise? It is difficult to provide a single answer which could apply to all situations, and for all sportsmen/women. But at …