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June 23, 2011 AT 8:09 pm

Pen dress

A project by Steven Tai and John Nussey. This is a piece of wearable, fashion technology. 795 pen nibs, mounted on tiny motors, are sewn into the dress. These rows of pen nibs are animated to created a hypnotic shimmer of movement which changes over time, varying the tempo, pattern and the overall mood of the piece.


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