First of all: Thank you very very much for your detailed and idiot-proof arduino tutorials! My background is fashion design and the project I’d like to show you, was the first thing I’ve ever done with arduino and thanks to you, I actually could do it!
“Serie Grau” consists out of 3 dress-sculptures. Those dresses do no longer need to be worn by somebody but they have reached autonomy from the human body. All three have gained functions which are normally reserved to living creatures: one has an heartbeat (interactive), one is breathing (interactive) and one is simply warm as if a body would be inside…
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