Check out what a budding team of students at the Shih-Chien University in Taiwan, have come up with – an invisible dress. The dress itself is made of a fully textile-based dispaly, where the back of it will hold an integrated camera. Whenever the camera is activated, it will check out just what’s happening at the wearer’s back, feeding such information to the textile-based display so that someone in front of the wearer will see through him/her, making this an invisible (or at least, nearly) dress for the ages. Of course, this is just speculation and a concept for wishful thinking at the moment since such advanced textile display technology isn’t available, but we believe that the future for such ideas looks bright enough that we don’t need no stinking Harry Potter cloak.
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