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August 10, 2009

Critical Corset

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Catchy, what?

The photo below

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occupies the inside front cover of the latest issue (#19) of Make magazine, received here Saturday at bookofjoe World Headquarters™.

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For those who find white on red difficult, the ad copy above reads, "Meet Vanessa Carpenter and Dzl Møbius, SparkFun customers and developers of the Critical Corset. Using a heart rate monitor, an Arduino, and a cleverly hidden air pump system [above and below],

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Vanessa and Diesel designed a corset that explores the rules of attraction. As the user's heart rate increases, the corset gently tightens, creating a more confident posture."

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Vanessa Carpenter offers a demonstration here.

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Darn it, wrong again. It's a very complex solution to something that isn't a problem.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Aug 11, 2009 7:30:42 AM

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