Features

XXII.3 May - June 2015
Page: 44
Digital Citation

Digitizing fashion—Software for wearable devices


Authors:
Oskar Juhlin

There is an ongoing trend of digital devices being used in close physical proximity to our bodies, in the same position as our clothes. It started with the success of mobile phones, continues with the emergent use of smart watches and smart eyewear, and is leading to a future of smart textiles and organic user interfaces. These devices provide public visual surfaces with possibilities for endless variation of visual expression. With the emergence of wearable hardware, we foresee the need to develop fashion-oriented software, services, and applications. The question then arises of how, specifically, these devices should vary in their…




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