Zygomatic is a tessellating shirt controlled by a computer interface. We think this is just a small segue to modular clothing systems and a different kind of manufacturing. The pattern for this garment is essentially a square and has minimal waste, making it (hypothetically) simple to produce.
We believe that technology should integrate seamlessly into wearables. With this in mind, Zygomatic’s “brain” attaches to a tag at the back-neck, allowing the shirt to function normally when not attached to a computer.
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