1Disney Princess Lingerie
2Butt Reveal Underwear
3The True Love Bra
The lingerie company developed the bra as part of a campaign to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Featuring embedded sensors and a high-tech clasp, the True Love Tester bra connects to a smartphone app via Bluetooth. Sensors monitor heart rate and the app analyzes the received data to figure out if the woman is in the grip of true love.
The designers point out that the type of excitement a woman feels when she's in love is distinguishable from other types of excitement, sparing the wearer from her bra dropping off at the sight of her favorite snack. (Source)
4Pushup Bra for Men
The form-fitting shirt has built-in pads to enhance the wearer's biceps, triceps and pectoral muscles. But the makers also found that the shirt's bra-like inserts worked wonders for men with "man boob" problems, colloquially recognized as "moobs."
The shirt, which costs about $48, is available in black, white and grey. (Source)
5Gas Mask Bra
6Fart Filtering Underwear
The odor vapors are trapped and neutralized by the carbon, which can be reactivated simply by washing it. Unfortunately it does nothing to muffle sound.
The underwear was invented in 2006 by Paul O'Leary and developed with a team of designers from the Contour Fashion lingerie design course at De Montfort University in Leicester. (Source)
7Overeating Detector Bra
That's right, Microsoft Research has invented a seemingly magical bra that can monitor moods and help regulate stress-eating. The battery-powered bra is equipped with sensor pads that stream data to a smartphone app, but questions remain– does it come with push-up pads? Does the bra add a cup size while stopping you from eating a cookie just because?
One of the researchers said that she tried to invent the same type of stress-busting device for men's underwear, but it wouldn't work because it was too far away from the heart. (Source)
Copper has a sterilizing effect that cleans. The underwear is made by merging copper with polyamide to produce an oil that's turned into wire. The wire is then woven inside your tightie-whities so that the copper stays in contact with your skin, killing fungus and resisting odor.
It's a nice option for those who think that soap and water don't do the trick. (Source)