Fashion designer creates interactive clothing
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Chinese fashion designer Ying Gao recently unveiled her latest collection of interactive and responsive clothing, called Possible Tomorrows. The collection consists of two robotic garments that have been designed to complement each other, but include a fingerprint scanner that activates the movement of the garment when a stranger's fingerprint isn't recognized. The movement of the material was inspired by hypotrochoids – a continuous curve drawn by a single point that's linked to a mobile circle, which was most famously used by the Spirograph game. The random nature of the pattern's creation means that the material appears to have a random…
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