Intel Creates a Biometric Dress that Shifts Shapes

Intel Creates a Biometric Dress that Shifts Shapes

When this dress senses adrenaline, it mimics the fight-or-flight response

Leo Lutero
  • 29 march 2016

Wearable sensors are used by more and more people everyday. With information like heart rate, temperature, breathing patterns, GPS, environmental temperature, etc easier to access, is it time to create clothes that can respond accordingly? The team at design house Chromat thinks so, showcasing a look that upgrades the human flight-or-fight response.

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