Wearable Tech: LED

Wearable Tech: LED

Summary: Want to get noticed when you are out and about? Here are some wearable LED items of clothing to brighten up your day


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  • Credit: Cult of Mac

    Philips Lumalive t-shirt

    Glows for over 4 hours before needing to be recharged. An expensive gift (€900) for the true Mac fan.

    Credit: Cult of Mac

  • Credit: Exertion Games

    Luna Helmet

    Illuminated interactive Helmet for Cyclists. Check out this video from the Exertion Games Lab.

    Credit: Exertion Games

  • Credit: Hanne Louise Johannesen

    Solar Powered handbag

    A handbag that charges your mobile and helps you find your keys. During daytime 100 solar power stations generate enough electricity to charge a mobile device and a lithium ion battery. At night opening the bag activates optical fibres that give a diffuse glow to help you see what is in your bag.

    Credit: Hanne Louise Johannesen

Topics: Emerging Tech, Mobility, Telcos

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  • Have you been talking to Chapman?

    ANOTHER article filled with useless junk.

    Slow news day at ZDNet by any chance?
  • head torch = headlight (Image 9)

    For the Anglo-English impaired Americans reading the blog: no the hat does not set your head on fire when you turn it on.

    That does sound like a rather dastardly prank that could be done with the proper mis-wiring of the cap, though.