TShirtOS, the high-tech washable T-shirt that has a built-in flexible display and the ability to talk to your phone so you can share Twitter updates, Facebook posts or Instagram pictures. 

Created by Ballantine’s whisky and clothing company, CuteCurcuit, the one-of-a-kind prototype, features a large flexible LED screen with a resolution of 1024 pixels, spaced 1cm apart, in a 32 by 32 pixel grid embedded into the fabric of the T-shirt.

TshirtOS goes for a night on the town in spectacular fashion (video)

That's pretty mind-blowing stuff to the four Mexican band members who nab the high-tech T-shirt for themselves in 2012 (with the help of a DeLorean-inspired time machine) and take it back to their mates in 1992 to prove just how cool they've all become.

As you can see from the video, the T-shirt has the ability to send messages to it via an iPhone app - something that comes in handy when one of them decides to stay behind with a girl - the Power of Love hey.

Sadly when they return to 1992, they have to wait until Apple launches the iPhone to make the T-shirt work again.