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Body Pixel Deborah Hustic technology, interviews, wearable, blog, artist, beta
Deborah Hustic aka body pixel – artist, blogger, web dreamer… working with analogue and digital media. Holds MA in Comparative Literature and Ethnology, thesis on the topic of Butoh. Trained in graphic design; workshops in the fields of photography, dance, computer arts, semantic web, podcasts, textile arts, dance criticism, wearable technology, etc. For 15 years involved in new media. Interested in interactive performance and motion, wearable technology and the usage of new media art in performative context, DIY and free culture movement.
Click Sneacks Despina Papadopoulos (Studio 5050) 2005 social, non verbal communication, sound, design, textile, fashion, fashionable technology, studio, interaction design, personal expression in wearable technology
The ClickSneaks were conceived in the most pedestrian manner. Walking down a cobblestone street, wearing a comfortable pair of sneakers next to a friend wearing a stunning pair of high heels. The sound of the heels echoed through the night, each step producing a rich aural environment
CuteCircuit Francesca Rosella, Ryan Genz (CuteCircuit) 2004 workshop, smart textile, fashion, wearable technology, interactive clothing, company, interaction, social, circuit
CuteCircuit is a fashion company based in London that designs interactive clothing. CuteCircuit products are innovative intelligent clothing that integrate new functionalities into fashion through the use of smart textiles and micro electronics. CuteCircuit is the first company to merge wearable and telecommunication technology to create emotionally rich experiences for users in the fashion, sport and communication industries.
E-Textile Workspace Piem Wirtz, Melissa Coleman (V2_) makers, community, platform, discussion, workshop, workspace, e-textile,
The E-Textile Workspace offers an informal setting for critical discussion around wearable technology. It aims to open a space where practice is intertwined with knowledge sharing, feedback exchange among the invited participants and with critical reflection on the state-of-the-art in wearable technology.
Fashioning Technology Syuzi Pakhchyan 2008 collaborations, research, projects, fashion world, news, arduino, wearable technology, diy, workshop, book, blog, events, conference, free, crafts, trends
Syuzi Pakhchyan is an User Experience Designer, robotics instructor, writer, blogger and a seasoned tinkerer working and residing in Los Angeles, CA. Her work explores the intersection of culture and technology through the research, investigation and design of technological systems and interactions for a range of cultural contexts.
Fashioning the future Suzanne Lee 2005 textile art, textile and smart technology, new matrials, new technology, creative exploration, innovative directions, tomorrow's wardrobe, Emergent technologies, Future Fashion, book, fashion history, design, accessories, wearable technology
Fashioning the Future is a visionary and creative exploration of where fashion and clothing are heading, the very first guide to the future wardrobe and the emergent technologies making it possible. Ten major themes embrace all kinds of clothing, from The Spray-On Dress to The Talking T-Shirt, all accompanied by Warren du Preez and Nick Thornton Joness distinctive images. Both a unique visual journey and an inspirational research tool, this book is aimed at the entire fashion world, design students and global marketeers.
Grado Zero Espace Pagliai Filippo (Grado Zero Espace) new technology, new material, leader, innovations, lobaratory test, prototyping, design, engineering, medical equipment, safety equipment, sport equipment, nautical, automotive, clothing, furnishing, wearable technology, textile structures, accessories, interior, smart material, research, company, nanotubes, fibers, fabrics, composite textile structures, limited edition, European Space Agency Ttp, oricalco fabric
The mission of the company is to develop and commercialize new materials and technologies for industry transfer to create new products with the aim to improve quality of life, work and environment. The company acts as a go-between among many industrial branches and research fields, in particular: nanotubes, fibers, fabrics, composite textile structures, extreme sport equipments and safe equipments, new performing materials and technologies for furnishing / automotive / nautical / medical areas.
How To Get What You Want Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson (Kobakant) 2007 DIY, fabric, LED, workshop, wearable technology, sensor, social
The site documents the range of wearable technology and soft circuit solutions that we have developed for our own practice since 2007. Many interesting techniques and possibilities never make it into a finished project. The site also contains collections of material and tool resources and example projects that explain the integration of individual solutions for smaller projects, aimed at showcasing what is possible and how it is possible.
Jacket (Nyx Clothing) garment, computer controlled, wearable technology, style, fashion, jackets, apparel, clothing, LED, collaborations, performance, fun-loving experience, flexible panels, clubber, entertainent, sales representative, sound processor
Nyx Illuminated Clothing was founded in 2001 in Los Angeles, California USA. It now markets and sells illuminated clothing worldwide through this web-site and national representatives.Nyx jackets are the most jaw-dropping, fun-loving experience you are ever likely to have with an item of clothing. Ok, except for maybe lingerie. These jackets are internally wired with bright lights arranged on fully flexible panels that allow for text and graphics to dance across the surface of the garment, all computer controlled within the jacket. All you have to do is switch it on.
Kerry Bodine Kerry Bodine hardware control, physical realm, prototyping with electronics, project management, usability testing, interaction design, user centered research, student, designer, physical interaction design, tangible media, arts disciplines
My professional experience includes user-centered research, interaction design, usability testing, project management, consulting and teaching. I've published research on instant messaging with kinetic typography and on the comfort of wearable artifacts. I'm always looking for interesting collaborative design projects, especially in the area of wearable technology.
Kobakant Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson (Kobakant) 2007 concepts, workshop, wearable, fashionable technology, DIY, technological art, social, interaction
KOBAKANT explores the use of wearable technology as a medium for commenting on the social and technological aspects of today’s high-tech society. Conscious of wearability and questioning of functionality, we believe in the spirit of humoring technology and present our twisted criticism of the stereotypes it creates. For us technology exists to be hacked, DIYed and modified by everyone to fit our needs and desires.
Lucy McRae Lucy McRae designer, wearable technology, interaction design, artist, art
Lucy McRae straddles the world of fashion, technology and the body. Trained as a classical ballerina and architect her work inherently fascinates with the human body.
Megan Lee Galbraith Megan Lee Galbraith (MIT Media Lab) computer science, wearable technology, graphic designer
I am an experienced graphic designer and computer programmer. My work spans the fields of mathematics, computer science, and the arts. I conduct research in wearable technology, computer interface design, interaction design, and web design.
Moritz Waldemeyer Moritz Waldemeyer catwalk, choreography, LED, collaborations, fashion, art, technology, innovative, stylist, designer, Hussein Chalayan, wearable technology, visionary
Widely recognised as one of the most innovative and exciting designers of his generation Waldemeyer, aged 34, was born in East Germany. He moved to London thirteen years ago where he trained as an engineer at Kings College and completed his Masters degree in 2001. Since then, he has collaborated with many of the worldís top architects and fashion designers including Ron Arad, Zaha Hadid and Hussein Chalayan. His work is a fusion of technology, art, fashion and design.
Piezing Dress, Muk Luk Flux Amanda Parkes 2008 mechanisms for working prototypes of Tangible User Interfaces, electronics, developing software, Human-Computer Interaction, journals, conferences, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer programming, students, hard-working, technically competent, creative, interactions, digital information, surfaces, physical objects, designing human interfaces, Tangible Bits vision, electrical /mechanical engineering skills, design aesthetics, installations, video performance, wearable technology, creativity
-Amanda Parkes' Piezing generates power using the natural gestures of the human body in motion. Around the joints of the elbows and hips of the garment is piezoelectric material that generates electricity in response to applied mechanical stress. The electricity is then stored as voltage in a centralized small battery and later can be discharged for use. - Muk Lux Flux boots change shape depending on the speed and motion of the wearer.
Re:skin ANAT, CNMA, Craft Australia (Reskin) 2007 ANAT, media art, textile, sound design, jewellery, university, group
In Summer 2007 we intertwine the practices of media arts and sound design, textile and weaving, jewellery, object and fashion design to produce the reskin Wearable Technology Lab. This collaborative project of ANAT, the Australian National University School of Art, the Centre for New Media Arts (CNMA) and Craft Australia places jewellers and fashion designers with new media artists in an intensive three week research and development lab.
sensoree Kristin Neidlinger 2011 - ongoing tech lab, smart textiles, future fabric
SENSOREE is an art and technology design lab elaborating on ideas of therapeutic, body architecture, interactive installations, sensitive technology, and robot clothes. SENSOREE designs future fabric and smart textiles for wearable technology and interactive installations. Our whimsical designs create external nervous systems that inspire body awareness, insight, and spontaneity. We promote extimacy – externalized intimacy. SENSOREE explores for the Sensory Computer Interface [SCI] — the investigation of proximity, intimacy, telepathy, intuition, and humor between human and machine. It’s a sensory soiree !
sf fashion & tech Mika Uehara, Charles Belle, Adelle McElveen blog, trends, startups, wearable tech, fashtech
SF FASHION+TECH (SFFT) is dedicated to the intersection of fashion, design, and technology in the SF Bay Area. We gather thought leaders in the fashion, design, and technology spaces, including designers, retailers, entrepreneurs, software developers, marketers, bloggers, investors, and enthusiastic individuals to promote and drive advancements in new media, ecommerce, mobile, wearable technology, and other applications. MISSION Our mission is to promote, support, and facilitate the development of businesses, organizations and products at the intersection of fashion, design, and technology. Through monthly events, partnerships with local organizations, and newsletter and blog features, we strive to become the hub for fashion, design, and technology in the SF Bay Area. HOW WE DO IT SFFT holds monthly events around topics relating to fashion and technology. Our event programming includes workshops, speaker events, demo days, mixers, hackathons, and conferences. We also maintain a blog and publish bi-weekly newsletters highlighting innovative technologies, startups, and approaches, and include our musings on industry activity.
Smart clothes and Wearable Technology J. McCaan, D. Bryson 2009 textile, fashion, wearable technology, smart clothes, book, electronics, smart materials
Smart clothes and wearable technology is a relatively novel and emerging area of interdisciplinary research within the fashion, textile, electronics and related industries. This book provides a comprehensive review of the end-userís requirements and the technologies and materials available for the design and production of smart clothing.
Smart Clothes and Wearable Technology Group (Newport School of Art, Media and Design) 2004 research group, product design, university, school, art, smart, clothes
This research group is a collaboration between the University of Wales, Newport and the National Centre for Product Design and Development Research (PDR) at UWIC, working to create the 'smart' clothes of the future. The project was launched in November 2004 with a workshop involving leading industry representatives, that mapped initial areas for development.
Solarjo Joe Hynek (Solarjo) wearable technology, gadgets, new products, fashion
Solarjo strives to invent and develop fashionable wearables that are enhanced with technology.
StyleBorg Kerry Bodine 2003 wearable computing, design, fashion culture, books, conferences, culture, design, exhibitions, fashion, fun, health, interaction, personal, products, projects, technology, textiles, wearability, blog, news
Styleborg is a weblog devoted to wearable technology, design fashion and culture. The site was launched in August 2003 to enable me to keep track of current happenings in the field of wearable computing and to express some of my thoughts on the design of new wearable products.
Touched by Strangers Alexander Reeder 2008 rechargeable battery, motor, conductive ribbon, interactive garments, accessories, wearable technology, performative elements, designer, fashion, custom circuit
Alexander Reeder creates interactive garments, accessories and perfume. He works to enable through projects such as Sophie's Pet, enhance with Dream Jammies and Butterfly Dress, and facilitate with S Ring. Alex explores performative elements of interactive garments with Touched By Strangers.
TUT (TUT Department of Electronics) material technology, electronics, interdisciplinary, wearable technology, research, technology, university, textile technology, school
The Tampere University of Technology (TUT) Department of Electronics has conducted research in wearable technology since 1997. The TUT Kankaanp‰‰ Unit, established in 2003, is a research unit specialized in wearable technology. It is a part of a wearable technology competence center located in Kankaanp‰‰, Finland. The Kankaanp‰‰ Unitís personnel are very interdisciplinary and include researchers from electronics, material technology and textile technology background. This enables us to conduct extensive research on different aspects of wearable technology and quickly adapt information and new results from various disciplines.
V2_Lab Piem Wirtz (V2_Institute for Unstable Media) fields of art and culture, technical solutions, artistic research, projects, artists, wearable technology
V2_Lab is a place for artistic research and development (aRt&D). V2_Lab develops generic technical solutions that are relevant to the fields of art and culture. The results are published and made available under open-source licenses whenever possible. In V2_ projects, artists, technicians and scientists work together to develop technology for specific artworks. Additionally, V2_Lab offers technical and productional support to artists working with new technologies. An artist-in-residence program is one means of achieving this.
Valerie Lamontagne Valerie Lamontagne concordia university, wearable technology, curator, critic, researcher, artist, digital media art, design, computation art
Valerie Lamontagne is a Montreal-based performance and digital media artist, freelance art critic and independent curator. She received an MFA from Concordia University (Montreal) where she presently teaches in Design and Computation Arts and she is a co-founder of the media arts collective MobileGaze. She is presently a Ph.D. candidate at Concordia University with the Topological Media Lab investigating "Relational and Ubiquitous Performance Art".
Wearable Technologies Blog (NaviSpace) 2009 trends, website, communication and entertainment, blog, news, wearable technology, smart energy solutions, sensors, materials
Where fashion meets technology WT offers a trailblazing platform for networking and market-ready products: - online through the extensive exhibitor database and up-to-date newsletters - on paper through the trade journal WTnews - offline at various trade shows and at dedicated conferences
Wearable Technology Ines Petiz blog, website, wearable technology, student
Estudante do 2.º ano no Mestrado de Som e Imagem, Especialização em Artes Digitais, da Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
Wearable Technology- Powered Art and Fashion Design 2009 (Netherlands Media Art Institute) 2009 sensors, textiles, social life, fashion design, technologicallt clothing, netherlands media art institute, university, courses, expressive, performative garments, everyday experience
"Wearable Technology & Powered Art and Fashion Design" presents latest developments in the area of technologically augmented clothing. The program crosses the disciplines of fashion design, performance art, wearable computing and interaction design. The selected pieces envision a future in which our second skin, our clothes, become relevant element in our social life, in our communication and interaction with others. This is achieved by embedding electronics seamlessly into the textiles. After the miniaturisation of processors, sensors and batteries designers can now use these to create expressive and performative garments beyond the everyday experience.
Wireless Sensor Networks Marco Zennaro, Claro Noda, Muneeb Ali, Antonio Ruzzelli events, sensor, wireless, wearable technology, sensor, news, blog, conferences, networks
This is a blog on Wireless Sensor Networks. We will cover new products, the latest papers, new books, applications of wsn, conferences.