February 20, 2013 AT 3:41 am

Walk a Mile in Another’s Hoodie #WearableWednesday


Carly @ Fashioning Technology writes:

Onemile is a project designed by Yuxi, Hudson and Maz who students at OCAD University, Toronto Canada . Onemile is a hood which allows the wearers to share past experiences between each other. The project aims to extend our understanding of connection and a relationship between people.

Developed using the Arduino and Processing, the hood randomly records the experiences of light, sounds and the footsteps of the wearer when the hood is not worn. The data is transmitted to a base station and transformed into visualization. Simultaneously, the hoodie is swapped with a recording from a different person and playback of the recording is triggered by putting the hood on.


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