Emotion Sensing Dress Releases Mood Driven Scents

Emotion Sensing Dress Releases Mood Driven Scents
Design

The Smart Second Skin dress responds dynamically to the wearer's mood, enhancing good environments and altering bad ones.

Kyle Studstill
  • 15 january 2010

The Smart Second Skin dress is a project by sensory architect Jenny Tillotson and the Science Fashion Lab, akin to Philips’ emotion-sensing Bubelle dress that shifts colors according to the wearer’s biometrics. Smart Second Skin seeks to respond dynamically to the wearer’s mood, reacting accordingly with aromas aimed at enhancing good environments and altering bad ones.

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