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LED clothing is currently relegated to a shirt with a small
panel on the chest. LEDs woven into the entire garment could
be programmed to display a variety of outfits and styles,
logos and advertising. The LEDs could display toned or
enhanced muscles/body parts. Saves money on your
dry cleaning and time at the gym.
If you can imagine it, they've got the parts and the tutorial. [lurch, Dec 18 2015]
Washable, Wearable Electronics
Yep, a tutorial for that, too. [lurch, Dec 18 2015]
[Voice, Dec 19 2015]
further refutation of first sentence [notexactly, Dec 21 2015]
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||But how would you wash it?
||I think if you search through some science fiction you'll find that programmable clothing is - well, the help file over there on the left will tell you about it.
||Me, I refer to it as "preheated" when something has been done in print before.
||But welcome to the halfbakery, [whatrock].
||You'd probably want LCD rather than LEDs, especially
if you wanted not to glow like a Christmas tree.
||Interestingly, LCD displays can be made to go
transparent. So, you could tantalizingly sweep areas
of transparency over your attire. Alternatively, of
course, you could sweep areas of nude-body-image
across the display.
||//LED clothing is currently relegated to a shirt with a small
panel on the chest.//
||This statement sounds like it was made by someone
unfamiliar with adafruit.com's Becky Stern.