Behnaz Farahi's 'Bodyscape' is a fusion between fashion and technological design, which explores the movement of the female form. To complete this project, the Los Angeles-based architect and designer created a wearable interactive lighting system that is controlled by a gyroscope, which tracks the movements of her shoulders.
As she dances poetically, her wearable garment lights up, illuminating her movements and enhancing her choreography. The structure, which is comprised of intricacies and weaving lines, looks nearly organic on the wearer's body, as if it is emerging from her skin.
Behnaz Farahi's 'Bodyscape' is the product of what occurs when fashion and art meet technology and engineering.
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