Want to be a walking Wi-Fi detector? The Wi-Fi Detector Shirt ($19.99)has a basestation design on its front with signal waves emanating from it that glow according to the intensity of a nearby network’s strength. For example, a weak signal may only light up a couple of bars on your shirt, while a stronger signal could illuminate all of them.
The shirt works with 802.11b/g and runs on three AAA batteries that sit inside a small pocket sewn into the shirt. And if you’re a messy surfer, the Wi-Fi decal can be removed so the t-shirt can be washed of course.
Imagine people’s reaction when you come to a party and your T-shirt equalizer bars start moving up and down as the music rises and falls.Well, that’s exactly what the T-Equalizer Shirt ($34.99)does, it features a graphic equalizer panel that is sound sensitive. The shirt is made from 100% cotton, with a fully functional EL (Electro Luminenscence) panel with a battery pack that snuggles discretely into a pocket inside the shirt. The end result is an awesome sound sensitive music T-Shirt that commands attention.And for the girls there’s the Equalizer Heart T-shirt ($39.99) of course.
38-Bit Dynamic Life Shirt: Measures Proximity to Lovers
Let me explain the concept of the8-Bit Dynamic Life Shirt ($24.99):you wear one and give one to your partner. Then whenever you both are “in range”, the pixilated hearts start glowing to full charge. This means your beloved is somewhere nearby and you can go over and give him/her a hug! When you are out of range the glowing hearts dip to two and a half. Essentially you either need to pick up two T-Shirts or one T-Shirt and a transmitter for the concept to work. Replicating the life power of your fav gaming hero, the hearts on the Tee indicate your life/love status: weird but cute, especially since Valentines is round the corner.
The Battery Pack is concealed in a Small Pocket Sewn Inside the Shirt and it runs for hours off three AAA Batteries.
4There’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1
Yes, only a geek would know whatThere’s No Place Like 127.0.0.1 ($15.99 – $17.99) means. For the non-geeks, 127.0.0.1 is the standard IP address used to connect to the local host, or to put it in another way, home.So there’s no place like… home!
5There are only 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary, and those who don’t
TheIt must be user error ($15.99 – $17.99)T-Shirt explains 99% of all computer problems, so it might just be all you need for a successful career in IT.
When you’re just waking up, theBrain Loading T-Shirt ($21.99)will clarify to non-believers of C++ the process of loading your brain again to its geeky state.
So here’s the <Body> tag T-Shirt ($15.99 – $17.99).Sometimes simpler is better. No need for funny one-liners or obscure and geeky references here. Just a simple homage to the markup language that makes the web go ’round.