Ballantine’s & Cutecircuit believe in the power of personal expression.
They have created world very first wearable, sharable, programmable t-shirt.
The t-shirt called tshirtOS and it looks like a simple grey t-shirt but with the extraordinary power to allow you to share your Facebook Status and your Tweets, your favourite songs and pictures. Choose a new way to communicate with the world.
Easy to use- the tshirtOS features 1,024 LEDs arranged in a 32 by 32 grid, it is controlled using an App in your mobile phone allowing you to broadcast nearly anything and that’s not all… tshirtOS includes a built-in micro-camera, microphone, accelerometer and speakers.
It’s time to express yourself and leave an impression.
CuteCircuit is a fashion company based in London that designs amazing interactive fashion. CuteCircuit is a pioneer in the field of wearable technology and introduced many ground breaking ideas to the world of fashion by integrating new beauty and functionality through the use of smart textiles and micro electronics.
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