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It’s always hard to decide what to wear out to a bar or party in college. But, as technology improves, your outfit can make you more than just a fashion icon. It can also make you healthier!
Scientists are working on creating “smart clothes,” a new breed of clothing that can do anything from repel insects to improve your wellbeing. Experts on CNN theorize that soon we will see fabrics with built-in cooling, deodorant, and even vitamins. An exciting ongoing project in the area is a smart bra that could detect breast cancer in the early stages, using a microwave antennae system device woven into the fabric.
A design student at Cornell University, however, has thought of that perfect party outfit solution. Last year, Olivia Ong debuted a fashionable jacket and dress with germ-fighting capabilities. The clothes, which are coated in nano-sized bits of metal but look and feel like normal fabric, are resistant to dirt, allergens and other pollutants.
This means even the grimiest grinding at that wild booze-filled bash should keep the cold and flu at bay. However, the miracle clothes only work when actually being worn, thus once strewn about the floor for a drunken romp in the sack, their disease-combating qualities unfortunately disappear. While they make protect you from the sniffles, they’ve got nothing on STDs.