The Latest in Wearable Tech: Electronic Music-Inspired Clothing

The Latest in Wearable Tech: Electronic Music-Inspired Clothing
technology

Sync is a VJ shirt with an LED plus sign that pulses in response to the background music

Leah Gonzalez
  • 22 august 2014

New York City-based design consultancy and R&D; lab CRATED worked with circuitry and hardware innovations startup Botfactory to create a piece of garment that reacts to ambient music.

Dubbed as Sync, the audio responsive “VJ shirt” features a plus sign-shaped LED on its front that pulses with varying intensity depending on the background music.

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