We've written before about the exciting progress in wearable technology - that not only lets you look good but helps you feel good too. Portland neighbor Intel's latest project accomplishes this objective in grand style. A collaboration with fashion designer Hussein Chalayan produced 3D printed belts - in both white and black - that gathered bio metric data to measure and track the stress levels of the models who wore them. The information
The logic is that providing biofeedback allows the wearer to take proactive steps to reduce his or her stress levels.