If you've ever wondered how someone is truly feeling, maybe you can convince her to don this mood-changing sweater. Embedded with sensors, the GER Mood Sweater has lights around the collar that change with the wearer's emotions.
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The Mood Sweater‘s technology is based on the classic lie detector test, which uses a Galvanic Skin Response or GSR for short, according to Sensoree, the design lab that created it. Hand sensors connected to the sweater read excitement levels and translate that data into different colors on the LED collar, the Guardian's Nicola Davis reported.
Each color corresponds with a different emotion, as the Vimeo video below explains. Blue means calm or tranquil, pink means excited, yellow means ecstatic and red means nervous or in love. Maybe don't wear this to the office if you have a crush there. Unless you can get away with saying, "It's because I'm in love with my work!"