Interactive anatomy lesson peers past fabric to seeing your insides

On the list of superhero abilities, X-ray vision ranks pretty high. The world would look completely different if we could easily detect things beneath the surface.

One company is getting tech lovers a little closer to this fantasy — but for educational purposes instead of superhero missions. London-based virtual reality startup Curiscope has created Virtuali-tee, a product involves a specially designed t-shirt and a VR headset. Through an app, users can explore a visualization of the body's organs as if they had the power to see things in X-ray vision.

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