YES! FINALLY! A REAL T-Shirt - H4CKZ0R style!

Slap on your motherboard, upgrade the RAM, throw a few random doo-dads on, and you're good to go to the geek convention! ;-)
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Step 3: Sew!

Sew what??

*sigh*... sorry...

Sew the motherboard to your shirt. That's what the holes are for, not just some random reason.

This is a bit trickier than it sounds, though. You'll need to make sure you don't sew the shirt together! Also, it's a bit tricky keeping the motherboard and shirt all aligned. I found this out the hard way, I had to go back and re-do a section! Fortunately, I realized it pretty quickly and did not have to much work to make up for it.

Step 4: H@CK Time!


Now it's time to add random PC parts! All I did was throw on a few random parts and some IDE cables, but you can go all out and throw in the whole thing, complete with HDD and a monitor! Just make sure to boot the T-Shirt edition of Linux ;]

And who says you can't hack the aesthetics of your new geek-wear?? Go crazy with that marker, d00d! Write, draw, whatever - just make it UBER FLIPPIN' PWN-ALICIOUS!!!

With that all said, go out there and do this, d00d!!!

Good luck and have fun! (And vote for me if you liked it!)
missunni4 years ago
cool o: but how wud u wear it? wouldnt it be heavyy?
You should write a program on the shirt that displays a picture of the shirt. and how do you sit in this thing???
ktalex5 years ago
if you wear this shirt to an airport they give u a free ride to a police station.
wibrle5 years ago
Doesn't computer parts have lead and parts that contain mercury? That could be very bad for the wearer of this shirt o_O
Plasmana5 years ago
Can you go to the airport with it on without people thinking it is an electronic bomb? xD
thanks for the Idea! Built in laptop for cold weather!
Patrik6 years ago
Wash separately - do not tumble dry...
Derin Patrik6 years ago
do not machine wash-30oC optimal temperature-do not dunk in water-do not tumble dry-do not iron
w00ty32 Patrik6 years ago
ahh, that would tear up your other clothes real good.
Agreed indefinitely.
Ironing it doesn't work.
don't wear that shirt to an airport
duck-lemon6 years ago
danerd11 did this exactly.danerd11 one
Labot2001 (author)  duck-lemon6 years ago
Oh! I hadn't realized that! Do you think I should link to his?
If you think it is necesary. Ask danerd yourself if you want.
randofo6 years ago
I hope you don't live in Boston.
Labot2001 (author)  randofo6 years ago

Oh, you're apt to get some weird looks if you go walking around wearing this as it is, but in Boston...
Why's that?
Catling6 years ago
This is adorable. Nicely done!
Labot2001 (author)  Catling6 years ago
Thanks! I love your safety pin wings, BTW ;]
I think everyone does.
Labot2001 (author)  threecheersfornick6 years ago
Haha, I'll bet =]
iman6 years ago
just don't sit down :)
gamer6 years ago
you would win for sure if you could make it into a working computer!! very nice project, just missing a screen :P. i only wish i was geeky enough :(.
dsman1952766 years ago
yes!!! you have my vote!! i think that this is the only this the qualiflys, consitering that this is the only way to actuly "hack" you shirt.
Labot2001 (author)  dsman1952766 years ago
Thanks! That was the idea ;]
no prob! now could you hack my libary(image libary that is)?
LinuxH4x0r6 years ago
Ooooh! attach a working laptop to your shirt! I love it! +1