Thanks to Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, we have all become a sort of open book to the public with what we’re doing and how we feel throughout the day. Most of the time, only your friends can see your updates, but what if you wanted to share your life online with everyone you come in contact with? The only way you could really do this is to carry around a display with you, and that’s not exactly an easy task.
Well, unless you had a monitor on the front of your shirt that is. CuteCircuit is a group that developed a system called the tshirtOS, which will let you program a paper-thin display that can show up-to-date Twitter messages, photos, videos, and more through an app on your iPhone. There isn’t much detail for pricing or when it will be released, but this is one way to share your thoughts without saying a word.