These Interactive Dresses Stop Moving When They Sense Your Reaction

These Interactive Dresses Stop Moving When They Sense Your Reaction
Fashion & Apparel

Garments mimic microbial life with just one catch: they'll stop moving depending on emotional or physical response

Laura Yan
  • 15 june 2016

Designer Ying Gao has created two interactive dresses called Neutralité “Can’t” and “Won’t” that will only react when you don’t: the ethereal, lacey layers of the dresses drift to and fro when you maintain a completely neutral reaction.

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