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July 6, 2016 AT 8:00 am

The ISHU, A Clever Reflective Scarf That Offers Privacy From Flash Photography #WearableWednesday

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Via LaughingSquid

The ISHU is a very cleverly designed scarf made from a geometric patterned, reflective material that is able to deflect the light from a camera flash in such a way as to hide everything behind it. The idea came to founder Saif Siddiqui while he was living in Amsterdam.

Known as the “anti-paparazzi scarf”, the scarf has been gaining popularity, particularly amongst celebrities. In order to address the demand, Siddiqui and his team have created a whole new line of clothing using this same reflective material.

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2 Comments

  1. The same kind of technology is on our checks at work. You can’t copy them on a copier.

  2. If they added this technology to license plate frames, there might be a more difficult time for municipalities issuing tickets from red light cameras.

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