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FashNerd have a profile of this meditation-focused wearable ‘suit’ by Danielle Roberts:
Danielle Roberts, an artist at Awareness Lab, has come up with a high-tech meditation suit. The artist/designer/innovator, who has been working on the project since 2015, has come up with a habit that can influence your meditation by changing your environment positively. The suit, which is capable of measuring the correlation between the quality of meditation and environmental factors, helps the wearer flourish and grow through insight and awareness.
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