Maybe someone will have heard some time ago of the curious project called ” DareDroid Cocktailmaking Dress” .
A mix of computer components , biomedical and clothing , which appeared in the form of a rather elegant dress also , to wear as if it were a normal piece of clothing .
Operation of DareDroid Cocktailmaking Dress was very simple : there was a sensor that was used to check if the dress was worn at that time by a ” human ” or not.
If so, the internal computer system proposed wearer the chance to win an alcoholic drink disputing playing the game ” Truth or Dare” . If not, the wearer was still given the opportunity to receive a drink.. but non-alcoholic .
Futuristic idea ?
Nothing compared to the last , which is found by the imagination of the designer Jennifer Darmour creator of Ping, the first dress constantly connected to social networks via wireless network .
Already we imagine inside a hi-tech look , perhaps with a contact lens hyper- futuristic and super colorful , such as those that you can find for example in this site specialized in online sale of contact lenses, and dell’iWatch he is working on Apple. Ping allows you to update ( and to be updated on ) their Facebook status through simple movements of the garments worn , inside of which are grafted appropriate sensors.
As stated by the same designer Jennifer Darmour , the project Ping has two qualities that differentiate it from similar solutions that are seen every day in newspapers and TV, the first is the actual marketability of the solution , which does not want to limit itself to being a prototype to see only on the internet but must become a product in the shops available for the masses.
Second Ping places a strong emphasis on aesthetics .
The electronics and computer integrated in the clothes are not in fact a mere jumble or a sum of elements, but are an integral part of a project that is aesthetic even more than hi -tech , and who wants to be a direct expression of the wearer .