Starting with Fashion, a new theme for TIS.tv, we didn’t have a clue on how fascinating this past month would be. From Weaving Technology into Fashion (an Expert Selection by Pauline van Dongen), to sustainable apparel, functional clothing, open source fashion and personalized accessories. Here is our pick of the 5 best and most breathtaking videos on FASHION.
1. Moving butterflies dress
This dress by Turkish designers and sisters Ezra Çetin and Tuba Çetin incorporates Intel technology to let the dress interact with its surroundings. The Edison compute module will activate as soon as someone comes in direct proximity or when activated via a mobile app.
According to Elena L. ‟Fashion studio Ezra+Tuba created a dress that senses proximity and releases butterflies en masse…www.tis.tv
2. Jeans from recycled plastic
The Dutch brand G-Star RAW started working together with singer Pharell Williams and the company Bionic Yarn to produce jeans from recycled ocean plastic.
According to Elena L. ‟Pharell Williams from Bionic Yarn and G-Star collaborate for this sustainable collection of…www.tis.tv
3. A functional temporary tattoo
MIT Media Lab and Microsoft + Open Source have developed a fabrication process which enables the user to create metallic tattoos. These prints made with golf leaf work as on-skin interfaces and can be used to display and store information on, or control, mobile devices.
According to Elena L. ‟MIT partners up with Microsoft Research to develop metallic-looking tattoos, which are also skin…www.tis.tv
4. Sharing experiences
This London based firm, CuteCircuit, joined forces with the German Jungen Symphoniker Orchestra to create the Sound Shirt. An amazing piece of clothing that helps deaf people experience and feel the music they cannot hear. Must watch!
According to Elena L. ‟Impressive wearable technology: The Sound Shirt achieves innovation by enabling death people to…www.tis.tv
5. Fourth Industrial Revolution x Fashion
How will artificial intelligence, virtual reality and 3D-print change the fashion industry? How will the Fourth Industrial Revolution affect the way we consume and communicate fashion? Watch this informative panel discussion by The Business of Fashion with Intel, Manufacture New York and World Economic Forum.