A spy would probably try to wear clothes that made him invisible. Failing that, the best thing to wear would be clothes that could take photographs of everything around him, without him seeming to ever click a camera.
BBC News reports that US researchers have created a fabric that can detect the wavelength and direction of light falling on it. When sensors are placed on each individual fiber, they coordinate these signals and can take photographs of the wearer’s surroundings.
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