Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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digital clingon

bioelectric material clinging solution
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These tiny hairs with muscles are stored in a "foscicle" upon receiving a (rfid) signal it extends out penetrating the pants and releasing a hook creating a clinging effect.

On the press of a button the tiny hooks at the end of the hair are unlocked and can be retrieved, retracking into the "foscicle" for its next use.

Can be used for a removable pocket without the need to sew velcro on the pants in advance.

Works also for any temporary attachment of materials.

pashute, Jun 21 2021


       What pants?
pocmloc, Jun 21 2021

       Why rfid?
pertinax, Jun 24 2021

       Electricty for change. Don't want to be having to charge the cling constantly.
wjt, Jul 10 2021


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