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These Mathematical Scarves Are Designed By A Computer Algorithm 

These mathematical merino scarves designed with a computer algorithm are perfect for colder temperatures. It’s also making us wonder if we need to improve our coding skills.


NZ Uni Student Builds LED Shirt That Reacts To Bluetooth And Wi-Fi Signals

After the perfect top to wear to your next party? Auckland University of Technology student Matt Martin might be able to help you out with his “Wearable Beacon” T-shirt, which uses a combination of electronic devices to detect and respond to the presence of wireless signals, include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.


A See-Through Ant Farm Tie Is The Perfect Dress Code Rebellion

Does your workplace demand you show up every morning wearing a shirt and tie? Instead of rebelling by wearing a polo and khakis and risking retribution, take the passive-aggressive approach with a suit paired with one of these clear vinyl ties that doubles as a living ant farm.


A Hands-On Review Of Suitsy, The Silicon Valley-Born Onesie Suit

I spent the last week gliding around San Francisco in the now infamous “Suitsy”, an adult-sized pyjama onesie disguised as a full business suit. At bars and in meetings, no one seemed to notice anything amiss. But, perhaps, I thought, this was because San Francisco is the home of weird attire and my colleagues were just unfazed. So, I found the only place in the Bay Area were most people where guaranteed to be wearing suits: a Republican convention.


These 3D-Printed Pants Are Glowing Because They're Full Of Bacteria

Lady Gaga’s steak gown and the Bjork-in-a-swan outfit feel as plain as a white T-shirt compared to these MIT-designed threads. They’re 3D-printed, look like human innards, and could tote around live, glowing bacteria.


The Apple Store Fitted Me For A $15,000 Watch I Could Never Afford

This morning, I made a 30-minute appointment at the Apple store for a “fitting” of the Apple Watch Edition — a gadget which starts at $US10,000. I could never afford one, much less the $US15,000 watch I actually tried. Apple didn’t seem to mind.


Apple Watch Hands-On: Only Time Will Tell

Today, I strapped a $14,000 watch to my wrist — one with an Apple computer inside. I played with it a bit, and tried to imagine integrating it into my life. But by the time Apple (oh so courteously!) booted me out of the showroom, I couldn’t make up my mind.


A Vape Hoodie For The Casual Douche 

Do you like to be comfortable? Are you an arsehole? Then boy do we have the garment for you. It’s the world’s first vape/hoodie combo, and Fred Durst just bought eight.


Soon, You'll Be Able To Build Your Own Moto 360 Smartwatch

People want their smartwatches to be fashion statements. And some have gone to extreme measures — including one enterprising, sandpaper-equipped individual — to make them uniquely their own. Now, Motorola is making it way easier to build your own Moto 360 smartwatch — no sandpaper required.


Chomping T-Rex And Velociraptor Hand Puppets Are The Best Gloves

Briefly: It’s impossible not to love the Hulk, but given the choice between wearing a pair of over-sized green hands that smash, or the giant gaping jaws of our favourite dinosaurs from the Jurassic Park films, the T-rex and Velociraptor are always going to win.


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