Responsive Wearables as Transmission Conduits for Tech-Assisted Bodies

Responsive Wearables as Transmission Conduits for Tech-Assisted Bodies

3d-printed wearable 'Ruff' is anything but—explores how smart fabrics can be responsive to wearer's body

Macala Wright
  • 6 april 2015

Ruff is a conceptual design project that features 3D-printed responsive wearable fabrics. The project was developed by interaction designer and architect, Behnaz Farahi, and fashion designer, Pauline van Dongen, in order to explore how future wearable materials can be imbued with responsive and dynamic properties, possessing almost life-like movement and behaviors.

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