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Wrist watches aren't the only kind of technological creations that can be worn as fashion, or at least as functional apparel. More and more of the stand-alone electric devices we rely on are being integrated into the things we wear. Join Brian Hughes for a closer look at the Wearable EXPO in this week's "On Site" report.
Celebrating the Solar Watch
This installment of the "Gadgets" segment brings you a look at a new timepiece released by a major Japanese watchmaker to commemorate the 40th anniversary of a groundbreaking product. The solar powered watch is impressive for more than its renewable power source; it may just be the slimmest timepiece you've ever seen.
Traditional Materials - Timeless Art
For most of recorded history, people have spent great time and effort acquiring the right materials to make pigments to color other things. In this colorful edition of "+Style" we'll show you a retail establishment in Tokyo that takes its name from these materials that give us color. You could even say the shop itself is a w ork of art.