No NASA isn’t creating a bra for its astronauts. However, a company is using its smarts to create a new sort of smart foam, shape-remembering bra.
Intelligent memory foam designed by NASA in the 1960s to make safe aircraft cushions safe and more comfortable is now being used to create a new fabulous bra.
The material, known for remembering its shape after pressure is applied, is being distributed down under by Tim Nielsen, a man who is says he is always looking for interesting ways to combine technology and clothing.
Here are some of the bras top features according to Nielsen:
· The bra boosts the cleavage when it detects a rise in body temperature
· If a woman is exercising and it detects a rise in body temperature, it can expand to offer more support when needed
· The bra can also adapt to a woman’s changing shape and size, meaning you’re less likely to have to shop for another bra down the line.
Nielsen has used this bra to pursue his business in a field he calls “biocomeceuticals.” Nielsen told a newsource, “This smart memory bra, with the ability to solve all those problems, is the answer to a lot of people’s dreams.”