Editorial: The 21st-century answer to the tinfoil hat
If you're really worried about the federal government using drones and heat-sensing technology to track you from the air, there are new outfits for you: Stealth Wear.
Designer Adam Harvey has introduced three items that use a "metallized" fabric that hides your body heat from overhead sensors: a hoodie, a scarf, and a burqa.
Yes, that's right, burqa. In fact, that take on the traditional Islamic head-to-foot covering is the only one that surveillance experts say actually will completely obscure you from a heat sensor, Britain's The Guardian reports. The others leave parts of you exposed.
Still, every little bit helps, right?