Can’t Decide What Color To Wear? Let Your Sweater Match Your Mood
Static clothing is going to be “so 2013” in just a couple of years. Why would you wear clothing that only stayed one color or shape for that matter.
A big part of wearable technology isn’t watches, bracelets and glasses but actual clothing that uses sensors, LEDs and conductive fabric to bring shirts, pants, socks and even sweaters to life.
Sensoree are creators of wearable technology that promote, what they call, “extimacy” or externalized intimacy. Their “bio.media” monitors your body and responds with visual and haptic feedback.
One of their products is the Mood Sweater. The cowl of the Mood Sweater changes color based on your mood. A cool blue when you are feeling at peace, a blush or red when you are nervous etc. etc.
The sweater uses the same technology and sensors behind lie detectors tests and uses the data collected to tell a series of connected LEDs to reflect this biofeedback
Sensoree says that the LEDs are “Located around the larynx, the visual interface replaces speaking, as the wearer’s truths are instantly expressed with color”.
Essentially your sweater can tell someone that you are in a bad mood before you even have to!
You can grab one of only 100 Mood Sweaters just in time for Spring of next year by heading over to their website to pre-order.