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A shirt that says whatever you want
This is a T-shirt that says whatever you want on it -- slogan, witty saying, image -- whatever.
There are electronic threads that create a matrix in the front of the shirt. Somehow, you can program designs into it. Probably bluetooth, communicating the pattern to a chip somewhere on the shirt.
temporary t-shirt printing
not as dynamic, I admit [neilp, Jul 17 2005]
The low-tech solution. [wagster, Jul 17 2005]
Smart fabric displays... [gjupp, Jul 20 2005]
Bluetooth display animates clothing
This one even uses the bluetooth idea. [gjupp, Jul 20 2005]
AtmosWear concept (2003)
Fictional version of what bristolz describes. Copied from [jurist]. [jutta, May 28 2006]
Oooh, pretty. [jutta, Sep 08 2006]
||What's an electronic thread?
||sounds a bit like magic to me.. but a great idea.. how do you suggest it working [lawpoop] ?
||Lazy baking [lawpoop]. Avoid using "somehow" and "probably" (and "electronic threads" come to that), work out how you are going to do this, then tell us about it. D Minus, could do better.
||Electro luminescent fabric is available and will work for this application. Bring money.
||Some significant thoughts on the link (Philips: Lumalive) that Jutta posted-
||That is so cooool! I want one! I want one now!