Some very clever people have been doing some very clever things with liquid metal and plastics/polymers/general stretchy stuff. Or something. The result of this cleverness is electronics that can be stretched to up to four times its original length. It also means that you can integrate circuits and technology into clothes. Frankly, you aren’t connected enough to the internet, so here is a way to literally surround yourself with tech.
If I understand correctly you may even get things like haptic feedback, which will make VR games awesome if, for example, you are playing a first person shooter and are wearing a smart vest. And, because you are probably thinking it too, smart pants for watching dirty movies. (I hope I am not the only one who immediately thought of that.)
Thanks to sensors there are other applications for stretchable electronics. Imagine an amputee with this stuff on a prosthetic hand – they might feel again. Or again in VR you could have this in a glove and feel stuff. (Trying not to think about porn again.) There are even some ways that this stuff can store power, so you can charge your phone with your socks or whatever.
There has been research into this for a while now, but recently some real advances have been made. At least I think that is what happened in my several intense minutes of research I have conducted. Now they just need a cool Star Trek type name for it because stretchable electronics is rubbish. Elastech or strectronics or something.
Smart pants, here we come.