TshirtOS, a web-connected clothing piece of clothing, has a LED display, camera, microphone, speaker, and accelerometer.
CuteCircuit is an Interactive clothing company that makes items that are responsive to digital and technological signals (e.g. gowns that light up red carpets, shirts that hug via SMS messages). They made a big splash with their work for U2′s 360 tour, and now are looking to enter the mass market with TshirtOS, a tshirt that is connected to the web and programmed by a smartphone.
TshirtOS sports an LED display, camera, microphone, speaker, and accelerometer. Developed by cutecircuit, just a prototype right now but the t-shirt can be programmed to send tweets, take pictures, play videos, etc. Check out the video below for an introduction from CuteCircuit’s CEO: