As the relentless march of technology continues to make what seemed futuristic a couple of years ago a commonplace norm, we are seeing electronics simultaneously get cheaper, more powerful and more electronically efficient. And now you can see all of this wonderfully brought to life on a T-shirt. Scotch whisky brand Ballantines have created a programmable, connected T-shirt that aims to be a “canvas for creativity”. The tshirtOS is a great example of pervasive computing and has a screen, a micro camera and a wifi connection that allows it to connect with a companion app. So you can upload photos to it, publish status updates and Tweets. It’s not gone in to mass production, but in a Kickstarter-esque, crowdfunding type way, they have asked for people to register their interest, and if there is enough, they will put it into production.