Scarf protects wearers from getting the flu
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We have written about a number of hi-tech wearables designed to protect the users health and comfort. Amongst them, this shirt that uses vibrations to encourage good posture in the person wearing it, and this robotic jacket that mimics plant behaviour, adapting to environmental changes that regulate body temperature. Now, a Swedish manufacturer, Ultramare, has come up with an idea to create a scarf that protects wearers from airborne flu germs. Ultramare’s core business is producing purifying air filters for hospitals. The company decided to partner with creative agency, Milk, to promote a scarf that includes their hospital filter technology,…
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