A Chinese fashion designer has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and even lights up when it is looked at. Montreal-based designer Ying Gao installed her high-fashion creations with eye-tracking technology so that they activate when they sense someone’s gaze.

A Chinese fashion designer has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and even lights up when it is looked at. Montreal-based designer Ying Gao installed her high-fashion creations with eye-tracking technology so that they activate when they sense someone’s gaze.

Wearable Art - interactive transparency-shifting dress with sculptural silhouette - fashion technology; 3D fashion // Studio Roosegaarde + V2

Wearable Art - interactive transparency-shifting dress with sculptural silhouette - fashion technology; 3D fashion // Studio Roosegaarde + V2

This is a good example of shape because it bring out the three dimensional effect of the silhouete. The eyes move from different parts and see the fabric as if it is popping out.

This is a good example of shape because it bring out the three dimensional effect of the silhouete. The eyes move from different parts and see the fabric as if it is popping out.

Body Electric by Clara Daguin, She believes it is essential to keep manual savoir-faire alive while embracing technology as both a creative inspiration and a solution-provider.

Body Electric by Clara Daguin, She believes it is essential to keep manual savoir-faire alive while embracing technology as both a creative inspiration and a solution-provider.

Exhibit: Shifting Paradigms: Fashion + Technology, on view at Kent State University Museum, September 26, 2013 - August 31, 2014.

Exhibit: Shifting Paradigms: Fashion + Technology, on view at Kent State University Museum, September 26, 2013 - August 31, 2014.

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