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January 8, 2015

CES 2015: Intel Spider Dress

Filed under: Clothing — Laura Moncur @ 11:13 am

We went to CES again this year and there are always some things that are unfathomable to me. The Intel Spider Dress was one of them until I learned more about it and its designer. Here is a video I took of it here:

It was designed by Anouk Wipprecht and printed on a 3D printer, which makes it high-tech, but it is a bit more involved than that. Anouk made it to react to people who invade your personal space. It has sensors, which monitor other people who are within the vicinity and the spider legs react to their movement and proximity. Here is video from Make Magazine that interviews the Anouk about her dress.

Intel helped sponsor this research and it is Edison powered, so that is why it’s at the Intel booth.

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