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MIT used bacteria to create a self-ventilating workout shirt

Next step: a garment that releases a nice aroma at the gym.
MIT wearable with vents

Do these vents look cool, or gross? You be the judge.

Hannah Cohen / MIT

Many rain jackets have zippers at the armpits that, when opened, let out perspiration and funk that would otherwise stay trapped inside. But researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have created a prototype of a wearable that vents itself automatically in response to sweat—and it does

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