The latest in wearable tech is a “smart” bra from a Japanese lingerie company that apparently only unhooks if you find true love, defending a woman’s breasts from hordes of sleazy man paws until the heart knows. How does it know? A sensor in the bra detects the heart rate and sends it to a special smartphone app for analysis, via Bluetooth. If the heart rate rises above a certain level — a sign of true love, apparently — the bra unhooks and flings itself open (unfortunately, it does not have a device that exclaims “BOOBIES” when it opens).
Of course, one’s heart rate could also rise if one were, say, being manhandled by a sleazy dude, having sex with a casual encounter, nervously meeting your boss, or celebrating your team’s victory at a ballgame, which are all great times for a smart bra to unhook.
“Until now, the bra was a just piece of clothing to remove,” says the smart-bra’s creator, “but now it is an instrument to test for true love … destined to become a friend of women around the world.”
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