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Move over Apple Watch, MSI exhibit shows off a tattoo that controls your phone, plus other insane wearable technology

CHICAGO - If you thought we had a few years before the world turns into a real-life "Black Mirror" episode, think again. Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry's latest exhibit, "Wired to Wear," makes it very clear that the future of fashion goes well beyond a smartwatch that can pay for your coffee. With more than 100 innovations from 15 countries - and featuring brands like Google, Nike

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