Levi’s has partnered with Google to develop wearable tech which actually looks good. The Jacquard division of Google has pioneered conductive fibres that are woven directly into clothing, so that motions you make on the left cuff of the jacket’s sleeve register as touch inputs, as if it were a screen. Those inputs are then sent to your smartphone via a Bluetooth attachment that clips on as a cufflink.

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