The 'Futuro' collection features a range of innovative glowing clothes that interact with audience members as the models wearing the items approach them.
The collection is part of the Waldorf Project's upcoming new Chapter and the clothing is made with textiles that emit light and feature proximity sensors. The glowing clothes are displayed in pitch darkness and as those who wear them approach the audience, the clothes are able to "feel" the behavior of the people viewing them. The result is an experience in which attendees and the clothes are communicating with one another using light.
This unusual collection reveals an amazing feat of design that combines technology, fashion and art to create an immersive and interactive experience for viewers.
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The 'Futuro' Collection Interacts with Audience Members
- By: Mishal OmarOct 18, 2016