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T-Qualizer

09.10.07   |   Posted in: Art & Design, Fashion   |   By: Kellis Landrum
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We went to a show last night, and as we glanced over at the guy standing next to us, we noticed his shirt was lit up and bumping to the music. The T-Qualizer is a shirt with an LED screened on it and a sound sensitive battery pack that fits in your pocket. The LED film is bendable and apparently you can wash it as well (though we’d guess a hand wash is probably the way to go).We doubt that this is something you’d want to wear around all day, but if you’re at a club you will not stop drawing attention. We found them in several places, but this looked like the best deal.

3 Responses to “T-Qualizer”

  1. Neu Black » Blog Archive » Says:

    [...] Some day, we’ll all have T-shirts this cool. Till then we’ll have to settle for rocking to Justice’s D.A.N.C.E. video with a T-qualizer. If you’re dying for one of the T’s in this video, we’ve heard Colette is your best bet. [...]

  2. Neu Black » Blog Archive » Invisible Modernism in the Country Says:

    [...] What started as an country getaway became a home for Grace Weir and Joe Walker in County Leitrim, Ireland. The Dubliners were concerned about planning approval for a non-traditional house. Architect Dominic Stevens came up with the solution to make the house “disappear” by covering the roof in grass and making the exterior walls mirror the surrounding greenery. The home was completed five years later and for the modest budget of 50,000 Irish pounds (60,000 USD). You can read the full article on the New York Times website. [...]

  3. Justice- D.A.N.C.E. | Neu Black Says:

    [...] cool. Till then we’ll have to settle for rocking to Justice’s D.A.N.C.E. video with a T-qualizer. If you’re dying for one of the T’s in this video, we’ve heard Colette is your [...]

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