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Wearable Experiments (We:eX)
Wearable Experiments (We:eX) is a socially driven wearable technology company. Our mission is to bring together fashion and technology with a functional design aesthetic, and use creative problem solving to help us live well and have a better quality of life.

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2/21 Mary Street, Surry Hills, NSW Australia 2010

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+61 (0) 412 776 577
(Please mention leisure-kit.net)

Website
www.wearableexperiments.com
Wearable Experiments (We:eX) news

06 Oct 2016
Vibrating football shirts put fans in the action

Football fans will soon be able to ‘feel’ the game while watching the action, thanks to a new fan shirt loaded with wearable technology.
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  Vibrating football shirts put fans in the action
01 May 2014
Shirt developed to allow fans to feel the same sensations as athletes

A progressive shirt has been developed enabling fans to experience the same sensory sensations as athletes live during games and contests.
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  Shirt developed to allow fans to feel the same sensations as athletes

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From mobile apps increasing fan engagement and improving crowd management to the array of gadgets designed to enhance elite performance and training techniques, technology is radically altering every facet of the sports industry.

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Parliamentary Petition calls for gyms to reopen first after lockdown
Parliamentary Petition calls for gyms to reopen first after lockdown   20 Jan 2021

HCM editor, Liz Terry, has launched a Parliamentary Petition calling for gyms to be in the first wave of reopenings after the lockdown and for the .... more>>
689 weak policies by successive governments blamed for failure to tackle UK's obesity crisis.
689 weak policies by successive governments blamed for failure to tackle UK's obesity crisis.
  22 Jan 2021

The failure to tackle the UK's obesity crisis is down to successive governments being guilty of weak policy design, lack of effectiveness and botched .... more>>
Active-net 2021 to celebrate the unsung heroes of the fitness industry
Active-net 2021 to celebrate the unsung heroes of the fitness industry   19 Jan 2021

Fitness, sport and leisure sector professionals who have continued to deliver services to their communities throughout the pandemic are to be .... more>>
Nationwide survey will benchmark the mental health of the physical activity workforce
Nationwide survey will benchmark the mental health of the physical activity workforce   19 Jan 2021

A national survey has launched to chart the mental health of the fitness and physical activity workforce. Undertaken in partnership with CIMSPA, the .... more>>
Google's Fitbit acquisition demanded compromise over the use of personal health data
Google's Fitbit acquisition demanded compromise over the use of personal health data   18 Jan 2021

Google has finally completed a US$2.1bn deal to acquire Fitbit, marking the tech giant's long-awaited entry to the wellness tech market. The deal .... more>>
Personal trainers on alert as police in England say restrictions on travelling to exercise should be written in law
Personal trainers on alert as police in England say restrictions on travelling to exercise should be written in law   18 Jan 2021

One of England's highest ranking police officers has called on government ministers to clearly define the maximum distance people are allowed to .... more>>
New online fitness membership PRO+ by Virtuagym helps gyms generate revenue during lockdown
New online fitness membership PRO+ by Virtuagym helps gyms generate revenue during lockdown   17 Jan 2021

Virtuagym, a leading provider of fitness technology for gyms and trainers, has announced the launch of PRO+, a new solution that enables operators to .... more>>
COVID-19: majority of children now fail to meet recommended exercise levels
COVID-19: majority of children now fail to meet recommended exercise levels   14 Jan 2021

Less than half (44.9 per cent) of children and young people in England met the recommended levels for exercise (60 minutes or more a day) during .... more>>
70 per cent of UK adults 'want to get healthy' in 2021 – another reason for gyms to reopen
70 per cent of UK adults 'want to get healthy' in 2021 – another reason for gyms to reopen   13 Jan 2021

An England-wide survey of over 5,000 adults found that 80 per cent of people aged over 18 have made the decision to change their lifestyle in 2021. .... more>>
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