Men’s suit that turns transparent when wearer is lying
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Hot on the heels of our recent coverage of the MJ v1.0, a jacket that enables wearers to make music solely by gesturing, we've come across another example of wearable tech. Netherlands-based design group Studio Roosegaarde is set to expand its Intimacy 2.0 range of smart clothing to include a men's business suit which turns transparent when the wearer is being untruthful. The group has already released its range of womenswear that turns transparent based on electronic signals it receives. The clothes used 'smart e-foils' that are naturally transparent but turn cloudy when light from LEDs are refracted through them.…
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