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  • Strange Clothing Inventions(01:22)
  • A collection of unusual technological developments from the world of fashion.
  • Date: January 05, 2011
  • Source: DiagonalView
  • January 19th: Can-Do Attitude(00:55)
  • When you end up eating corned beef hash straight from a can in a post-apocalyptic hellscape, you now know who to thank.
  • Date: January 17, 2012
  • Source: Spin The Bottle
  • 10 Strange Japanese Inventions(02:51)
  • The land that brought us Nintendo, Sony and Honda has also created some pretty weird inventions. A bra that turns into a putting green and a robot but...
  • Date: April 06, 2014
  • Source: AllTime10s
  • A New Zipper To Change Clothing Everywhere(01:48)
  • INSIDE EDITION caught up with Scott Peters, and his buddy, Dave Lyndaker, who are changing zipper's as we know them right from their garage.
  • Date: February 25, 2014
  • Source: InsideEdition
  • Designer Makes Clothes from Fermented Tea(01:55)
  • Sacha Laurin’s day job is the master cheese maker for the Winters Cheese Company, but her passion is kombucha (or fermented tea) couture. She is creat...
  • Date: February 21, 2014
  • Source: FOX40
  • Bad 1950s Invention(00:58)
  • Boys and girls, we present The Duoped - a terrible invention from the 1950s that never took off.
  • Date: January 06, 2011
  • Source: DiagonalView
  • A Bra That Welcomes You To Japan(01:14)
  • Triumph have unveiled their latest novelty bra - this time, one that welcomes you to Japan. In three languages.
  • Date: December 29, 2010
  • Source: DiagonalView
  • 'World's Strangest': Bullet-Proof Clothes(03:41)
  • In Bogota, Colombia, there's a new clothing line popular among the rich and famous. It's haute couture--and bullet-proof. Here's how it works.
  • Date: June 05, 2014
  • Source: Science Channel

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