Ergoskin shirt fixes your bad posture

Called the Ergoskin, the device detects bad posture through sensors along the torso and prompts the wearer to correct it.

Someone who has been hunched over a computer for several minutes wouldbegin to feel tiny pistons that "tap on the surface of the skin," saysthe Ergoskin's inventor, Talia Elena Radford Cryns, a graduate studentof industrial design at Austria's University of Applied Arts Vienna.The biofeedback doesn't hurt and is imperceptible to others, accordingto Cryns. The device can be calibrated to a wearer's ideal posture asdetermined by a physiotherapist.

Source: washingtonpost.comAdded: 13 June 2008