A "smart bra"

2nd May 2003 at 01:00
A "smart bra" that changes shape according to its wearer's whims was one of the more uplifting inventions from pupils working on a project to interest girls in technology. Students from Tiffin Girls School in Kingston-upon-Thames came up with the designs in "Go for IT" workshops.

Melody Hermon, the project's co-ordinator, said: "The magic bra has a chip which means you can press a button and it does what you want - uplift, downlift, or even change shape to suit your outfit."


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