How Fashion and Robots merge

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The MIT explores the fusion of fashion and robitc. They designed a Mini-Robot, that can worn a scarf around the neck. Nice Project for Wearable Robotic Fashion.

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Presenting Kino, a new research project led by Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao: "Living" wearables that can act as shape-changing jewelry, weather-responsive clothing, and more. Kino devices can move independently on the body to perform assigned tasks; paired with mobile devices, they become personalized on-body assistants. Learn more:

Posted by MIT Media Lab on Montag, 31. Juli 2017


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