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April 2, 2014 AT 7:00 am

BodyVis Anatomical Shirt #WearableWednesday

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Great project by Leyla Norooz who showed off her BodyVis project on the Show and Tell!

Ever wish you could have X-ray vision like Superman? The man of steel is no longer the sole owner of this awesome power…aside from other Kryptonians, of course. This wearable, e-textile shirt will give you real-time visualizations of how your body is working via “organs” that are on the shirt. That’s right, you’ve got superpowers. Wearing this shirt will give you X-ray vision into your body, allowing you to see how food is moving through your body, how fast your heart is beating, and how your lungs are filling and emptying. The key to your powers are lights embedded inside the “organs” on the shirt, giving you the ability to see your body at work. WARNING: Wearing this shirt around your silent crush may reveal your feelings as your ever increasing heart rate is visible for all to see!


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