Social Vibration: Clothes That Connect Online Communities In Physical Space

Social Vibration: Clothes That Connect Online Communities In Physical Space
technology

Designer Dana Gordon has conceived a garment she calls Social Vibration, a jacket fitted with RFID and a small vibration motor.

Kyle Studstill
  • 27 january 2010

Designer Dana Gordon has conceived a garment she calls Social Vibration, a jacket fitted with RFID and a small vibration motor. When members of an online community or social network are in the same physical space (within 10 meters of each other), the sensor-enabled hoodies trigger a vibration alerting each user to the other member’s presence.

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