Try on a living shirt

Clothing made with tiny organisms that know when you're sweating.

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While many companies are trying to catch the wearable tech wave, the most futuristic movement in fashion might actually be wearable bacteria.

A team at MIT has been coating spandex with a bacterium that reacts to moisture, allowing them to create clothing with flaps that open up when you perspire. The idea of wearing a colony of micro-organisms might not be so appealing at first, but for anybody who’s ever been running on a muggy day, it’s a small price to pay for keeping cool.

This week’s Frandoms are by Sam Rudykoff and Anthea Mislan, CW and AD (respectively) at Fuse Marketing Group.