tshirtOS: T-Shirt Controlled Via Smartphone (+VIDEO)

The concept behind a wearable platform for self-expression called tshirtOS is a camera, mic, LED display, speaker and accelerometer packed into a t-shirt and controlled via the smartphone. CuteCircuit, a company behind the concept, says this t-shirt will show tweets, play music videos, take belly-high pics and send them off to Instagram. So far, the smart t-shirt is a prototype, but the company is ready to conduct product tests and mass produce the smart-shirts if there’s enough interest from the public. Would you be interested to add such a garment to your wardrobe?
Via: engadget.com

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