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Wearable Tech Demo Night & Fashion Panel @EyebeamNYC (photos)

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Last night Molly and I brought some FLORA and GEMMA projects to Eyebeam’s wearable tech demo night and “Fashion and the Body” panel discussion, and had a lot of fun meeting the other participants and attendees!

As part of the Computational Fashion initiative, 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.

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The Laser Girls’ 3D printed fake nails

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Adam Harvey’s anti-drone heat signiature-hiding scarf

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HEISEL‘s tyvek skirt with embedded NeoPixels!


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