I’m currently in Manchester, NH, which is home to a mill complex that from the mid-1800s to early 1900s was the largest cotton-textile manufacturing center in the world. Today, the news is that DARPA and some other companies have developed a fabric that acts as a camera.
Let’s say that it takes 5 years to bring this tool to market for the military. Let’s say it takes another 5 to get it to the commercial sector. Kids will come to school with videorecorder t-shirts. And ties. And jackets. And. And. And.
How would you use it?
Perhaps more importantly, how would your school ban it?