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Form Meets Function: Sensor-Laden Clothes Create a Digital Clone of Your Body’s Motion

An avid cricket player growing up in India, longtime Qualcomm engineer Nathan Ramasarma took up running in his adult years and did multiple marathons and half-marathons well until three years ago. Those long runs left him hobbled with a series of knee injuries, which he attributed to the cumulative toll of a sporting life without proper technique. Analysts in sports media would often discuss whether an athlete was in form or not on a given day, prompting Ramasarma to describe form as “an all-encompassing metric of how ready you are to perform a certain task. ”  You have reached your limit on free articles. Become a SportTechie PRO member to receive: Unlimited access to content Discounts to SportTechie events Early bird access to PRO Days. .

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