“Fashion and the Body” Panel + Wearable Tech Demo Night
Tuesday, November 19, 5 – 9pm
Join us for a Computational Fashion double event!
Fashion and Wearable Tech Demo Night (5 – 9pm)
Fashion and the Body panel (6:30 – 8pm)
Tickets: $10 | Available online now
540 West 21st Street
Eyebeam is hosting a panel and demo night exploring emerging opportunities in fashion and wearable technology. The panel, “Fashion and the Body”, will feature a selection of emerging fashion thought leaders and makers, including FIT curator Ariele Elia, designer Titania Inglis, and Computational Fashion Fellow Keren Oxman in a spirited discussion moderated by Sabine Seymour. The conversation will cover possibilities and obstacles for fashion designers looking to incorporate technology in their work, as well as consideration for how/if wearable tech can actually be fashionable.
The panel at 6:30, takes place in conjunction with a Fashion and Wearable Tech Demo Night beginning at 5pm. Attendees will get a chance to talk one-on-one with designers and entrepreneurs and check out compelling products at the intersection of wearable technology, garments, jewelry, and accessories.
Demo Night Participants:
Adafruit – FLORA and GEMMA
Adam Harvey – OFF Pocket
DuKode Studios – MindRider
The Laser Girls – 3D Printed Artificial Nails
Sensory Accessories – Dosd: Direct Olfactory Stimulation Device
Tickets are available online now:
Computational Fashion is supported in part by The Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund.
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