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The Turing Test T-shirt

The Turing Test T-shirt

The best t-shirt model you can find, top printing quality and a paired sticker for free

Continuing on our efforts to make you a happier unix lover, we're proud to announce the Turing Test T-shirt. The number of t-shirt models and print variants that we tried is countless, but we're now happy and relieved to be introducing the top-notch result.

The t-shirt model

We literally tried tens of different models before settling on this one. We like thin necks, great texture and precise sewing. Colors must be bright without looking fake, the texture must be soft but not too heavy. Finally, style can't be that of the '60s, we care about body and sleeves of the right length, fit that's not too large nor too thin, neck of the right thickness.

Black model size guide

Size chart 1/2 Chest measured 2.5cm
below armhole
Length
S 46cm / 18.11" 67cm / 26.37"
M 50cm / 19.68" 68cm / 26.77"
L 53cm / 20.86" 69cm / 27.16"
XL 57cm / 22.44" 72cm / 28.34"

Red model size guide

Size chart 1/2 Chest measured 2.5cm
below armhole
Length
S 49cm / 19.29" 70cm / 27.55"
M 53cm / 20.87" 72cm / 28.34"
L 57cm / 22.44" 74cm / 29.13"
XL 61cm / 24.02" 76cm / 29.92"

 

 

 

The t-shirt print

There are many ways for transferring a design onto a t-shirt, but when you want quality and durability serigraphy is the choice. This technique uses a frame with actual liquid paint being poured on it. The result looks and feels great and lasts forever.

 

The texture

The t-shirts are made from extra-soft peached-cotton at 150g/m2 (not too heavy, not too light), nothing in common with many plastic-bag t-shirts you can find on the market. The colored one is 100% cotton, while the grey model is 84% cotton and 16% polyester (required to give it the heather effect).

Not one, but two t-shirts

Just for the pleasure of delighting you, we're offering not one, but two colors: black and red. Both look amazing, so even order a pair if you feel so :P

A free sticker with every t-shirt

Every t-shirt comes with a free sticker with the same design and color as the T-shirt. We couldn't resist: wearing the Turing Test T-shirt is already nice, but wearing it with a paired sticker on the laptop feels really like another level :P

The Turing Test T-shirt in short

  • Unique amazing design
  • Two colors
  • Four sizes
  • A free sticker with every t-shirt
  • Top printing quality
  • Top t-shirt model and texture
  • Regular fit

Preorder now with an amazing offer

The final price for the t-shirt will be $29.99, but we want to celebrate this launch with two amazing offers:

  • The first 3 t-shirts will be sold at $19.99
  • The second 7 t-shirts will be sold at a still whopping $24.99

What you're waiting for then? It's time to hurry up! :D

Fun facts

The test was introduced by Alan Turing in his 1950 paper "Computing Machinery and Intelligence," which opens with the words: "I propose to consider the question, 'Can machines think?'" Because "thinking" is difficult to define, Turing chooses to "replace the question by another, which is closely related to it and is expressed in relatively unambiguous words." Turing's new question is: "Are there imaginable digital computers which would do well in the imitation game?" This question, Turing believed, is one that can actually be answered. In the remainder of the paper, he argued against all the major objections to the proposition that "machines can think".

In Philip K Dick's novel "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", as well of course as in Blade Runner, the Turing test goes by the name of Voight-Kampff test. The Voight-Kampff machine is perhaps analogous to (and may have been partly inspired by) Alan Turing's work which propounded an artificial intelligence test — to see if a computer could convince a human (by answering set questions, etc.) that it was another human. The phrase Turing test was popularised by science fiction but was not used until years after Turing's death.

The Voight-Kampff is "a very advanced form of lie detector that measures contractions of the iris muscle and the presence of invisible airborne particles emitted from the body. The bellows were designed for the latter function and give the machine the menacing air of a sinister insect. The VK is used primarily by Blade Runners to determine if a suspect is truly human by measuring the degree of his empathic response through carefully worded questions and statements."

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