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Seismic debuts robotic-assistive Powered Clothing undergarments

2 monthes ago   |   By TechCrunch

Powered Clothing is not a robotic exoskeleton. Not in the standard understanding of the term, at least. Seismic CEO Rich Mahoney wants to make that much clear.
“Exoskeletons are what the public understands, with regards to wearable robotics,” Mahoney told TechCrunch in an interview ahead of the product's debut onstage this week at Disrupt. “We're absolutely not an exoskeleton. Part of our insight we saw is that everyone is wearing clothing and no one is wearing robots.”
Around the TechCrunch office, we've taken to calling the product “robotic underwear,” something that paints a bit more...
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