Data-Powered Clothing Reveals More Or Less Skin In Response To Online Activity

Data-Powered Clothing Reveals More Or Less Skin In Response To Online Activity
technology

The wearable sculpture 'x.pose' changes opacity to expose a person as they produce trails of information.

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 june 2014

Designers Xuedi Chen and Pedro G. C. Oliveira have collaborated on a project that aims to demonstrate how naked and vulnerable we can be in the digital realm. For the ITP Thesis 2014 at NYU, they designed a wearable data-driven sculpture called ‘x.pose‘.

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