Published on February 1st, 2014
Japanese ‘Smart Bra’ that will only ‘unhook’ for True Love
A Japanese company has created a “smart bra” that can sense when a woman is in love, it records the heartbeat using an integrated heart rate monitor from an application installed on your smartphone, according to dailymail.co.uk.
Ravijour lingerie company has integrated a cardiac sensor in a model of bras, which records the heartbeat and send them via Bluetooth, on an application installed on your smartphone, for analysis.
The application calculates the “true love” coefficient on the basis of changes in the heart rate, analyzed in a certain range. If this ratio exceeds a certain value, the stitches of the bra open automatically.
According to the Japanese company, is about “a revolutionary bra who knows how women feel”.
For now, the new bra is not for sale, but the prototype has, at the front, a buckle with a sensor, which activates a light pink as the woman who wears it falls in love with a person nearby.
A smart phone application processes information and measures heart rate using a specially developed algorithm and a data pre-setting based on the intensity of the heartbeat, if a woman is in love, at which point the bra buckle unlocks.
Bra makers have said that there is no danger of it coming off at random times, because it is programmed to be released when a woman is in love so that her Adrenal Medulla (part of the adrenal gland) secretes the hormone Catecholamine, which increases her heart rate.
When the heart beats faster, changes are detected by the sensor, forwarded to the phone app and loosen the bra.
“I think this bra will be a friend of women around the world”, said a Ravijour company representative.
Source: Daily Mail,