Sometimes--like when it's freezing out or you're speeding along on your bike--it's not very convenient to take out your gadget and fumble with the controller. A new wearable electronics system called Paniq lets you do the controlling straight from your clothes, which could make things easier (or not).
By connecting Paniq modules to Paniqmode interactive garments, you can control your iPod or other gizmo via smart-fabric buttons integrated into the garb.
The Paniq system is not unlike the Zegna iJacket, whose sleeve buttons feature play/pause, volume, off/on and backward/forward track controls.
But given that … Read more