This invention is Motion Recognition Clothing™ which measures the motion and/or configuration of a person's body using an energy-conducting mesh with a plurality of energy pathways. Energy input components direct energy into the pathways at a first set of locations. Energy sensors measure energy flow through the energy pathways from a second set of locations. As the person's body moves, the mesh stretches, elongates, and/or twists, which changes the flows of energy through pathways. These changes are then analyzed to estimate the motion and/or configuration of the person's body.

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