Under no circumstances should you give this AR-enabled T-shirt to children

May 7, 2018 Callum Booth


Scientists have a problem: there are too few of them. This skills gap has led to governments and other organizations desperately looking for a solution to this issue. The latest entrant? Curiscope, a UK company aiming to shake things up with… a T-shirt. Aimed at schoolchildren, the Virtuali-tee works in conjunction with an app. When you view the T-shirt with a smartphone, it shows the inner workings of the human anatomy in 3D, complete with facts and explanations. On top of this, there’s also an option to strap on a VR headset and take a 360-degree voyage through the body…

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