Hussein Chalayan animatronic dress. http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/13415/1/dazed-confused-intergalactic

Confused: Intergalactic

Hussein Chalayan animatronic dress. http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/13415/1/dazed-confused-intergalactic

'Bubelle'. Philips Design has developed a series of dynamic garments as part of the ongoing SKIN exploration research into the area known as 'emotional sensing'.

'Bubelle'. Philips Design has developed a series of dynamic garments as part of the ongoing SKIN exploration research into the area known as 'emotional sensing'.

Jourdan Dunn wears Hussein Chalayan Spring/Summer 2000 in “Unbelievable Fashion” for Vogue UK December 2008 photographed by Nick Knight

Jourdan Dunn wears Hussein Chalayan Spring/Summer 2000 in “Unbelievable Fashion” for Vogue UK December 2008 photographed by Nick Knight


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"Chromosonic, by Hungarian designer Judit Eszter Karpati, is an experimental electronic textile that can change color and pattern in response to touch and sound. The magic comes courtesy of temperature-sensitive dye. Audio files, processed through an Arduino, heat up nichrome wires woven into the fabric, making its pattern pulse in time with whatever’s playing. In a sense, the textile becomes a material visualization of the tunes."

"Chromosonic, by Hungarian designer Judit Eszter Karpati, is an experimental electronic textile that can change color and pattern in response to touch and sound. The magic comes courtesy of temperature-sensitive dye. Audio files, processed through an Arduino, heat up nichrome wires woven into the fabric, making its pattern pulse in time with whatever’s playing. In a sense, the textile becomes a material visualization of the tunes."

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