Cadbury Joy Jackets use both Arduino and Raspberry Pi:
Hirsch&Mann was delighted to be approached by the PR company Golin Harris to collaborate in creating an interactive, wearable jacket for Cadbury. The project became the “Cadburys Joy Jackets”. A pair of beautifully crafted, meticulously designed, interactive jackets that respond and change as the user eats chocolate. The intention was to amplify the joy experienced by a person as they enjoyed two different (and awesome) flavours of Cadbury chocolates. The two flavours of jackets were related to the Cadbury + Daim and the Cadbury + Oreo collaborations.
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