Call it creepy couture. This 3-D printed dress designed by experimental designer Anouk Wipprecht—made using Intel chips—features a spider leg design worn on the shoulders, but the legs aren't just there to make a fashion statement.
The dress has built-in sensors that can detect the wearer's mood based on their stress level. The legs constantly move reflecting that mood. But the dress can also sense the wearer's environment.
For example, if someone comes aggressively running up to the person wearing the device, the legs would move in a manner to ward off the approaching person.
The device was debuted at CES this year, but folks checking out the dress were cautious to keep a healthy distance.
For better or worse, the dress won't likely be for sale, but rather is a medium to show off the prowess of Intel's chips.
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