Color-Changing Fabrics Morphs In Response To Sound Files
This chameleon-like fabric uses heat sensitive technology to react to its environment.
Though the boundaries between the digital and physical worlds blur more each day, Budapest based textile designer, Judit Eszter Karpati decided to try an experiment that would bring those mediums together even more. Specifically, she wanted to explore the relationship between technology and textile arts. This led her to try her hand at creating a programmable, electronic color-changing fabric, that could soon knock the fashion world off its feet.
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