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Broadcast Wearables launches programmable t-shirt
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May '16
Courtesy- Indiegogo
Courtesy- Indiegogo
India based Broadcast Wearables, has recently launched touch enable programmable t-shirt. Broadcast t-shirt has about a thousand LEDs that let users change the slogan or the design and looks like a normal t-shirt. The LEDs are waterproof and have been sewn such that they cause no discomfort to the user.

“This t-shirt goes to show how technology is fast becoming an integral part of our lives. Technology is versatile and can be shaped into anything, provided we are using it for the right purposes,” said Ayyappa Nagubandi, founder, Broadcast Wearables.

The t-shirt comes with an accompanying app (iOS and Android) that helps users tell people their thoughts. A user needs to register on the app and connect the t-shirt to the app and type out a message on the app or create a design, and it will reflect on the t-shirt.

A user can also change the slogan or image by swiping on the logo. The user can tap on the logo to power on or power off the LED panel or swipe on the logo to change the image. Swiping on the logo fetches the next image or text from the app's library and splashes it across the t shirt. (NA)

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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