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Neigbourhoodie is a game-based piece of wearable technology that integrates speakers and proximity sensors into hooded sweatshirts.

Kyle Studstill
  • 3 may 2010

Neigbourhoodie is a game-based piece of wearable technology that integrates speakers and proximity sensors into hooded sweatshirts, powered by a user’s iPhone or iPod. The prototype concept use is a tag-like game built on the Neighbourhoodies’ ability to detect one another, communicating game messages through the integrated audio.

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