Brought to you by the relentlessly experimental folks at the MIT Media Lab, the gadget is a combination sensor-suit and connected book. As the suit wearer flips the pages of the book, the device makes the reader _physically _experience what's happening to the protagonist. (Instead of, you know, experiencing it through his or her brain-thoughts.) The book's cover changes in response to a passage's atmosphere, and the suit can increase temperature in certain parts of the body, or vibrate around the heart, to simulate the feeling in the pages. The book, appropriately, is James Tiptree's _The Girl Who Was Plugged In, _about a person being steered in their emotions and actions.