Microsoft Creates “The Printing Dress” “You are what you tweet?”

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The Printing Dress, which won Best Concept and Best in Show at ISWC 2011 in San Francisco. Don’t be surprise to women swarming to stores looking for the dress that displays their twitter tweets while they are walking down the street, in elevators and on dates.

The dress is made completely from black and white rice paper, comes equipped with a laptop, a projector and four circuit boards, with functional elements including buttons and the hem. Hmmm! What happens if it rains on the dress? Can you get electrocuted if water short circuits the electric gadgets attached to the printing dress?

The wearer can type messages on a keyboard laced into the bodice, which are then projected on to the skirt, says the Microsoft News Centre.

Electricfoxy talks with Asta Roseway at Microsoft Research from Electricfoxy on Vimeo.

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