Japanese school uniform maker Ogo-Sangyo Company has released their newest advancement in uniform technology: GPS-enabled blazers. The GPS terminals, located inside the uniforms, can communicate back to parents (or potential kidnappers, naturally) the location of their children, allowing them to know exactly how many stops at the okashiya they made on their way home. The terminals are built by Secom, whose GPS devices showed up in similarly-intended GPS satchels. - from Gizmodo
Friday, April 15, 2005
GPS-Enabled School Uniforms
Combine this with the new satellite Google maps and you can always know where your friends are...