IMG_20170129_135317 Cyberknitics cape
Seen at the BodyHackingCon 2017 in Austin. The cape on the right looks a bit like something that's put on your body before surgery, covering up various sensors with wires that they also stick on you to monitor your blood pressure and who knows what else.
There was an explantion sheet on the table, but it only explain the one of the left: it "detects the movement of the hand which generates sound. As the wearer knits, they can hear their own rhythm and respond to it. Buttons on the forearm allow the user to alter the sound. The sound produced can be heard through a speaker or headphones".
I used to knit and I know I would be annoyed if my knitting produced sound. I always tried to keep my knitting needles from clinking.
Besides, there's nothing here about the cape on the right. Maybe it's not from Cyberknitics at all.
More in my blog post about BodyHackingCon.