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Friday, September 11, 2015

txchnologist: The Future of Fashion Week by Marsha Lewis,...



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The Future of Fashion Week

by Marsha Lewis, Inside Science

When the first electric lightbulb lit up a room 136 years ago, people were entranced by the glow from the technology. Now, computer engineers and artists are teaming up to use lights to illuminate our wardrobes.

“We design electronic fashion,” said Ray Krajci, a computer engineer at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. But these dresses are more than that.

The dresses are specially designed to react to all sorts of stimuli, from the movement of the wearer’s body to the Earth’s magnetic field. Watch the video and learn more below.

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The Future of Fashion Week

by Marsha Lewis, Inside Science

When the first electric lightbulb lit up a room 136 years ago, people were entranced by the glow from the technology. Now, computer engineers and artists are teaming up to use lights to illuminate our wardrobes.

“We design electronic fashion,” said Ray Krajci, a computer engineer at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. But these dresses are more than that.

The dresses are specially designed to react to all sorts of stimuli, from the movement of the wearer’s body to the Earth’s magnetic field. Watch the video and learn more below.



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