Well Be

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4TU Eindhoven
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Self-healing vibrating woollen clothing
Well Be is a self-healing instrument incorporated in woollen clothing that is designed to prevent or treat osteoporosis (bone decalcification). Knitted pockets in the clothing contain electronic plates that stimulate pressure points on the body with pinpoint accuracy. And the wearer? Doesn't notice a thing.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
TextielMuseum TextielLab Tilburg, Metatronics

People

Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer
Coaches: Oscar Tomico, Stephan Wensween, Caroline Hummels

Contact

k.kuusk [at] tu . nl
www.beta-textiles.com
www.martijntenbhomer.com

Self-healing vibrating woollen clothing
Well Be is a self-healing instrument incorporated in woollen clothing that is designed to prevent or treat osteoporosis (bone decalcification). Knitted pockets in the clothing contain electronic plates that stimulate pressure points on the body with pinpoint accuracy. And the wearer? Doesn't notice a thing.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
TextielMuseum TextielLab Tilburg, Metatronics

People

Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer
Coaches: Oscar Tomico, Stephan Wensween, Caroline Hummels

Contact

k.kuusk [at] tu . nl
www.beta-textiles.com
www.martijntenbhomer.com

Well Be

Self-healing vibrating woollen clothing
Well Be is a self-healing instrument incorporated in woollen clothing that is designed to prevent or treat osteoporosis (bone decalcification). Knitted pockets in the clothing contain electronic plates that stimulate pressure points on the body with pinpoint accuracy. And the wearer? Doesn't notice a thing.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
TextielMuseum TextielLab Tilburg, Metatronics

People

Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer
Coaches: Oscar Tomico, Stephan Wensween, Caroline Hummels

Contact

k.kuusk [at] tu . nl
www.beta-textiles.com
www.martijntenbhomer.com

Self-healing vibrating woollen clothing
Well Be is a self-healing instrument incorporated in woollen clothing that is designed to prevent or treat osteoporosis (bone decalcification). Knitted pockets in the clothing contain electronic plates that stimulate pressure points on the body with pinpoint accuracy. And the wearer? Doesn't notice a thing.

Partners

Industrial Design, Eindhoven University of Technology
TextielMuseum TextielLab Tilburg, Metatronics

People

Kristi Kuusk, Martijn ten Bhömer
Coaches: Oscar Tomico, Stephan Wensween, Caroline Hummels

Contact

k.kuusk [at] tu . nl
www.beta-textiles.com
www.martijntenbhomer.com