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    Hi-Tech T-Shirt Shows Human Organs via Your Phone

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    Biology and digital technology met in an augmented reality T-Shirt which “shows” human organs via special patterns and a mobile app.

    Using the Virtuali-Tee and the Curiscope application, biology can be fun.

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