Victoria Secret getting into Gadgeteer?

Well maybe not, but a bra as a device:

Hard to imagine that ‘sexist’ wasn’t a word that came up when deciding to do this sort of research at Microsoft given the corporate aspects of Microsoft.

or another bra as a device:

http://news.discovery.com/tech/gear-and-gadgets/bra-sends-tweet-whenever-it-comes-off-131028.htm

How come some guys get the fun research projects, I just get espionage and military research projects.

Isn’t Justin doing some work there now ? :think:

Not that he has told his wife about :whistle:

The tweeting bra @ tweetingbra has 6808 followers thus far (bra worn by Maria Bacodimou)

My guess, they don’t want to see you demo it.

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No, he just keeps saying “sorry dear, can’t tell you the secret projects I’m working on, you know they’re under a non-disclosure agreement.”

Shouldn’t that be a Non Clothes Agreement here?

@ Dave McLaughlin - :naughty:

This should stop this discussion…

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Is the black material perhaps a touch sensor mesh? I can’t think of any other reason for it other then it being some kind of a sensor (maybe a light intensity profiler for measuring runway lights or something, or maybe accelerometers etc to ensure proper posture). I think the feathery wings are a clever way to conceal a RF antenna such that this is an IoT clothing example.

Duke +1
Mike -1,000,000

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