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This motion-sensing t-shirt will give you spidey senses

ThinkGeek's T-shirts have long since provided us with electronic super powers, ranging from ones that find Wi-Fi networks to ones that will play your personal soundtrack wherever you go. ThinkGeek's newest offering, though, will give you spidey senses. Sort of.

Luckily, there's no radioactive spider bite followed by a feverish hangover and years of teenage awkwardness to go with it: This Spiderman-adorned T-shirt comes with a motion sensor that clips onto the back of your collar and vibrates to warn you of anyone that comes within five feet of you from behind.

If you always wished you had eyes on the back of your head like your fifth-grade teacher, this is might the next best thing. It costs $40 and it'll be here by October.

[ThinkGeek]

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