Inspired by traditional Iranian masks, the wearable technology communicates in Morse code, silently transmitting messages to subvert the patriarchy.
It may be what’s inside that counts, but a new collaboration between MIT’s Mediated Matter Group, and a 3D printing company brings Björk’s insides to the outside.
This is some of the prettiest and easiest biohacking we’ve seen yet.
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a wearable patch that releases a drug to induce sweat, which is then tested for dangerous blood-alcohol levels.
Lumen Couture debuts a self-contained projector at a Calgary fashion show.
The ‘Glacial’ headpiece lights up and protests global warming—and it's really, really beautiful.
The calmer you are, the faster the 'Enlightenment' skirt flaps its wings.
Ying Gao uses technology to demonstrate the protective and uncertain natures of interactive clothing.
The future of fitness trackers might be a calorie-counting necklace
Montreal company Hexoskin is helping the agency develop an "On-Astronaut Wireless Sensor System" that could one day be used on long-term missions.
Nan Zhao’s Halo is a wearable perfect for optimal night selfies.