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01. 06. 2005

Interactive Skirts


Out of the Closet, created by NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program student Sonali Sridhar, is a pair of skirts that use radio frequency detection to mimic each other's colors when in close proximity.
A wears her outfit that displays the colours that have been initialized. As A gets nearer to B, a radio frequency sensor picks up the signal and pulses the skirts that start interacting. They recognize the intitial colors, mix them and display the shared color on both outfits.
Reminds us of the Courtly Bags and Love Jackets of Despina Papadopoulos
Via Core77.

Posted by regine    Category: wearables
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