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Fabricate - Wearable 3D Printing for the Rest of Us

If you were wondering how the gorgeous yet rigid 3D printed haute couture of the likes of Iris van Herpen or Francis Bitonti might trickle down to the masses, 3D Systems might have the answer.…See More
Oct 1, 2015
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Interactive Fashion from Rotterdam

More nice work coming out of the Netherlands fashion schools with Jasna Rokegem's Brainwaves pieces.Photo: Jasna RokegemStyled for both men and women (so long as they are from the future!) the work uses neurological activity sensors to activate lights and movement in the…See More
Sep 26, 2015
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Chameleon Mood Scarf

Neffa Studio's Chameleon Mood Scarf is designed to create a sense of comfort, warmth, peace and safety for the wearer.Photo: Neffa Studio Different layers of phase-change inks change and react depending on the environment, making different patterns…See More
Jul 28, 2015
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Hairware - Interactive Hair Extensions Augment Natural Gestures

Notice anything strange about this photo?That's a crocodile clip, not a hair clip.She's done it again: Beauty technologist, Katia Vega (together with fellow researchers, Marcio Cunha and Hugo Fuks) is once more pushing the boundaries of wearable electronics with her latest project, Hairware.Hairware is beauty technology using…See More
Apr 12, 2015
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Nov 3, 2014
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Jennifer Crupi's Gesture Jewelery

A few weeks ago, I discovered the wonderful work of Jennifer Crupi while visiting the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design.Part prosthesis, part fine jewelery, the collection hits a sweet-spot between art, craftsmanship, and critical design.…See More
Aug 24, 2014
meg commented on Syuzi's blog post The Resurgence of Mass Customization: What It May Mean for Wearable Tech
"great post!  i know of at least one small player in this field: http://dressfactor.com/ but there must be more.  it seems like a pretty good business model for something between bespoke and pret-a-porter..."
Aug 13, 2014
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Energy Addicts Asks: How Far Will You Go?

Naomi Kizhner's critical design work Energy Addicts is a collection of three parasitic jewelery pieces that harvest energy from the wearer's body.The…See More
Aug 10, 2014

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Making the digital physical. Embedding computation in textile. Trying to keep the magic smoke inside the components.

Meg's Blog

Fabricate - Wearable 3D Printing for the Rest of Us

If you were wondering how the gorgeous yet rigid 3D printed haute couture of the likes of Iris van Herpen or Francis Bitonti might trickle down to the masses, 3D Systems might have the answer.…

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Posted on October 1, 2015 at 6:30pm

Interactive Fashion from Rotterdam

More nice work coming out of the Netherlands fashion schools with Jasna Rokegem's Brainwaves pieces.

Photo: Jasna Rokegem

Styled for both men and women (so long as they are from the…

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Posted on September 26, 2015 at 11:49pm

Chameleon Mood Scarf

Neffa Studio's Chameleon Mood Scarf is designed to create a sense of comfort, warmth, peace and safety for the wearer.

Photo: Neffa Studio



Different…

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Posted on July 28, 2015 at 9:36pm

Hairware - Interactive Hair Extensions Augment Natural Gestures

Notice anything strange about this photo?

That's a crocodile clip, not a hair clip.

She's done it again: Beauty technologist, Katia Vega (together with fellow researchers, Marcio Cunha and Hugo Fuks) is once more pushing the boundaries of wearable electronics with her latest project,…

Continue

Posted on April 12, 2015 at 11:00pm

Make It Wearable Winners

Drumroll please... The winner of Intel's Make It Wearable development track is:

Nixie, a wearable, flying selfie-cam!

Yes, the above image is a rendering and at first glance it may look like a bulky piece of hardware,…

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Posted on November 3, 2014 at 8:30pm

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