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Comments on Scentsory Chameleon Bodysuit: Biometric Fashion
The Scentsory Chameleon Bodysuit is a "smart second skin" with integrated printed organic opto-electronics and integrated flexible nano-genetic devices on textiles. (Read the complete story)

"chameleon my a**"
(chameleon boy 5/21/2004 3:15:22 AM)
"There's a reader that only reads pictures. =P This is the first in a long line of bodysuits that will eventually be like playing MGS3 for real. Dont like your camo? Change it."
( 2/17/2005 10:25:25 AM)
"this website was so interresting.I learned much from it and plan on visiting it more often.thats all so i just wanted to let you know "
(briana lewis 10/13/2006 2:51:03 PM)
"Wow! Live Science is now linking to you as a source. You made the big time Bill. --Zac"
(Zac Hunter 11/2/2007 11:42:39 AM)
"Zac - I contribute stories to and; I partner with them. See the partners page for Imaginova corporation. I'm right in between a couple of newbies called 'msnbc' and 'usa today.'"
(Bill Christensen 11/2/2007 6:30:09 PM)
"The Chameleon uses nanotechnology applications as covered in patent number 7,271,720, which was first published in 2004. This patent reveals more to what the chameleon does and the inventor of the device would like to know if there is a patent already allowed for the chameleon. Joseph Tabe "
( 1/29/2008 1:28:06 PM)

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