WHERE HIGH TECH MEETS HIGH FASHION
ROBIN RASKIN
Solar Backpack from Voltaic
Carries your laptop and keeps your smartphone
charged. With 4 Watts of power, one hour of sun
...
TV-B-Gone Jacket
The jacket uses a small universal remote control
to power down TVs in restaurants, stores and
bars. It’s ...
Kamerflage Thunder Cloud
and Lightening Bolt Dress
Kamerflage technology takes advantage of the fact
that cameras see a br...
Bandeau Belt
By Dana Ramler & Kathleen Westerhout
The marriage of safety technology with
fashion in a product line for fem...
Pedal Pusher
The Pedal Pusher is a high tech wearable
system designed for urban female cyclists.
Pedal pusher uses kinetic...
“Bats Have Feelings Too”
This SIY sonar garment designed to assist the
visually impaired with navigating their environment...
Pollutant Shirt
Warning Signs is a visualization of the pollution that
exists invisibility all around us. When the wearabl...
Keep Kids Save with X2Impact
Protective mouth guards or a low profile headband
records g-force of collisions during game.
...
Wearable Fashion: A Walk Through Some of Great Moments
Wearable Fashion: A Walk Through Some of Great Moments
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FashionWareShow, produced by Living in Digital Times, prides itself on being early to spot tomorrow's wearable technologies.
Here's a look back at some of the items we've showcased.

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Wearable Fashion: A Walk Through Some of Great Moments

  1. 1. WHERE HIGH TECH MEETS HIGH FASHION ROBIN RASKIN
  2. 2. Solar Backpack from Voltaic Carries your laptop and keeps your smartphone charged. With 4 Watts of power, one hour of sun gets you three hours of talk time and a battery stores one and a half phone charges.
  3. 3. TV-B-Gone Jacket The jacket uses a small universal remote control to power down TVs in restaurants, stores and bars. It’s activated by a switch along the zipper made from conductive thread. The original TV- B-Bone kt can be found from adafruit.com
  4. 4. Kamerflage Thunder Cloud and Lightening Bolt Dress Kamerflage technology takes advantage of the fact that cameras see a broader spectrum of light than human eyes. Kameraflage allows designers to create clothes with colors that are invisible to the naked eye yet can be seen when imaged with a digital camera. Connor Dickie uses this technology to bring the Thunder Cloud to life. When you look at the Thunder Cloud through a camera/mobile phone the Lightening bolt is revealed.
  5. 5. Bandeau Belt By Dana Ramler & Kathleen Westerhout The marriage of safety technology with fashion in a product line for female recreational boaters. The Bandeau Belt is an inflatable PFD. The safety pin pierces a CO2 cylinder, which fills the inflatable bladder housed within. The inflated bladder emerges from the bottom of the Bandeau Belt and is then placed over the head to provide buoyancy and safety.
  6. 6. Pedal Pusher The Pedal Pusher is a high tech wearable system designed for urban female cyclists. Pedal pusher uses kinetic energy to power a stylish cycling shoe and address concerns of visibility.
  7. 7. “Bats Have Feelings Too” This SIY sonar garment designed to assist the visually impaired with navigating their environment. The garment is made form off-the-shelf electronics. The range finder can be set to locate a solid object at a predetermined distance in front of the user and turn the vibe-board on alerting the user to stop before walking into the object.
  8. 8. Pollutant Shirt Warning Signs is a visualization of the pollution that exists invisibility all around us. When the wearable senses carbon monoxide, the pieces subtle changes color and patter to indicate higher level of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere to the wearer and those around him or her. The piece was designed by Niem Lame and Sue Ngo
  9. 9. Keep Kids Save with X2Impact Protective mouth guards or a low profile headband records g-force of collisions during game. Acceleration and rotation sensor collect the data and shoot it over to a laptop off the playing filed, which then sends it via GSM to a secure internet datablse.
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