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(Undated)  —  A Dutch designer’s new dress is adding some extra risk to flirting in a club.  Daan Roosegaarde’s so-called “Intimacy 2.0” garment supposedly starts to become transparent if the wearer meets someone she finds attractive.  It’s equipped with hidden sensors that measure body temperature and heart rate, making parts of the dress see-through as either of those start to increase.  Roosegaarde explains that his latest creation is part of a project “exploring the relation between intimacy and technology.”  He adds that there are currently no plans to sell it to the public.

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