This dress, named “The Smoke Dress” was created by Dutch based fashion-tech designer and innovator Anouk Wipprecht and was realized in collaboration with Materialise (whom produces the flexible 3D printable ultra futuristic raw material) and the architect Niccolo Casas.

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The interactive dress was 3D printed with fully-flexible material

This wearable tech garment was part of an 8 pieces mini collection, specially designed for the automobile brand Volkswagen. The interactive dress was 3D printed with fully-flexible material be made up of polyamide and rubber-like material. It was then embedded with sensors and a smoke system, that automatically go off  if somebody steps into the personal space of the wearer. As Anouk Wipprecht says: “With interactive designs, the intimate space around the wearer is not that often explored, and with projects like the 3D printed Smoke Dress, I like to create a new kind of dialogue – between our bodies and our surroundings.”

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Via: i.materialise

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