A designer's spiky vest makes your personal space an unwelcome zone for other people.
An app-connected vest triggers a soothing massage using the music library on your iPhone. Yes, this is real.
One of the world's most unusual massage devices uses the beats from your own music collection to work out the kinks in your back.
Bridge the chasm between the online and real worlds with a vest that inflates to squeeze you when you get a "Like" on Facebook.
Valve on pressure vests worn at high altitude caused pilots of the jet fighter to experience dizziness, disorientation, and even blackouts for years.
In a video that is as painful as it is apparently scientific, a man points a gun at his own stomach, in order to test the efficacy of his body armor.
The Laipac Technology S-911 Vest not only stops bullets, it also tracks the wearer through GPS, and sends impact and man-down alerts.
I_FeelIM, aimed at adding emotion to virtual experiences, uses software to extract emotional meaning from text and pass it on to wearable haptic devices that simulate joy, fear, anger, and sadness.
A new Korean design allows iPod users to have speakers built in to the shoulder pads of their jackets, freeing them from using earphones. It's guaranteed to annoy a few people.
In truth, it's nothing like getting shot--trust us, we work in South East London, so we know.