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Now Pentland is taking a lighter approach to the problem of melding man and machine, collaborating with haute couture designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier on cyborg-inspired fashions built from so-called smart fabrics.
Designs incorporating computer chips and sensors could monitor the wearer's health, or extend their social network, Pentland said here recently at a futuristic fashion show presented by the Materials Research Society, or MRS, where he cited Star Trek as a major inspiration.