Nivpat is showing off technology at CES 2013 that lets you scan T-shirts to get more info about the wearer, a business, and just about anything.
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A professor of art and animation posts a picture of his young daughter doing yoga in a T-shirt that reads: "I will take what is mine with fire and blood." This is taken as a security threat.
High-tech textiles, like self-cleaning jackets and self-charging backpacks, welcome a new member to the ranks: a shirt that measures your heart rate and more.
Special underwear shirts turn saggy man-chests into pec-tastic torsos with the artful placement of padding and stretch materials.
Realface Glamoflage shirts feature celebrity lookalike faces to throw off recognition algorithms. Just don't expect to look fashionable.
Silic is a concept T-shirt that promises to stay dry and repel water-based stains. It's raking in the funds on Kickstarter.
Accelerometers and gyroscopes may be the next big thing on the basketball court. Startup Vibrado is developing a sleeve jammed with sensors that gives feedback on better form.
Throw in some steamy, sodden clothes and out comes pure water. It tastes great because you worked for it.
Design firm Artefact comes up with a new concept piece: a Pilates shirt that monitors muscle movement, prompts you to correct your body position, and "doesn't look like a computer you're wearing."