I saw something interesting at the mall recently--clothes that have paper-thin LED displays embedded in them. Check it out:
The LED pixels are big, so the images are coarse, but this should change with time, leading to high-resolution LED displays that span entire garments. A person could become a walking television.
This will also inevitably lead to morphing camouflage outfits and invisibility cloaks: You would wear a coverall whose exterior consisted of an advanced e-ink display also studded with tiny cameras. The cameras would detect the colors and visual patterns around you and tell the pixels to change to match your surroundings. E-ink doesn't glow, so your coveralls wouldn't emit light.
The first versions of such a "cloak" would cost millions of dollars apiece, but the price would eventually come down to almost nothing.