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Sony Patenting 'Smart Wig'

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November 22, 2013
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Sony is attempting to patent designs for a 'smart wig.' The patent reveals the wig would work in conjunction with a smartphone or tablet and would feature GPS, a laser and an actuator to detect nearby objects. Patrick Jones has the rest.


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