Last year we posted about Mark Rober, a guy who had used two iPad2s to create a costume that made it look like he had a hole in his chest. Since last year, he’s been working on Digital Dudz, a line of t-shirts (and corresponding smartphone apps) that create cleverly animated Halloween costumes. In the promo video, Rober, a NASA engineer, shows how the costumes work. Basically, you pick out a t-shirt (or in the case of the open “iWound”, a latex shirt insert), cut out parts of your shirt, attach your phone to the inside of your shirt and let the animation show through the front.
images via Digital Dudz