Naomi Wu Creates a Corset That Makes Breast Implants Glow

Naomi Wu — the “SexyCyborg” of China’s tech hub Shenzhen — has created a head-turning corset that illuminates her breasts with flashing red light.

In one of her latest YouTube videos, the tech and DIY enthusiast shows how she developed the outfit, which uses a special flashlight connected to two fiber-optic cables.

Wu, who battled identity accusations last year, has since been an advocate of women in STEM, transhumanism and body modifications.

She said that an American performer who wore something similar inspired her to create the corset.

Wu initially placed a headlight directly under her breasts, but removed it quickly when it got “a little warmer.”

“It is bright enough, but it’s gonna burn me over time so I have to think of something else,” she said.

Wu eventually turned her attention to fiber-optic cables, which she had to connect to a bigger flashlight.

She managed to 3D-print a circular connector that attaches the flashlight to the cables bound by a metal clamp.

However, Wu had the connector custom-made in metal so that it can withstand the heat of the flashlight.

After installing ports on the corset, Wu’s final problem was mounting the flashlight on her back.

For this, she used a screw that connected the end of the flashlight to a camera holster.

Paired with killer black boots, wraparound glasses and a futuristic wristband, the result is a stunning ensemble that quickly won onlookers.

Needless to say, the special corset makes for an excellent entrance at nightclubs.

What do you think?

Images via YouTube / Naomi ‘SexyCyborg’ Wu

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