Increasing conceptual design of wearable technology will continue to intrigue and inform us as to what the future may hold. A bendable OLED display sewn into a sleeve flap and connected to a portable device would make a very convenient viewing platform.
This designer has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and lights up when it is looked at. Montreal-based designer Ying Gao installed eye-tracking technology in the dresses so that they activate when they sense someones gaze. Gao's dresses are made from shredded, ruched super-organza, are sewn with photoluminescent thread & contain tiny eye-tracking electronic devices. There are small motors sewn into them that can move parts of the dress.
Philips Luminous textiles is a company who focus on creating garments which have similar "sensitive" qualities as human skin. ‘Bubelle’, is a delicate ‘bubble’ dress illuminated by patterns that changed dependent on skin contact. 'Bubelle' was developed as part of the SKIN research project which looks into emotional sensing and explores technologies that are ’sensitive’ rather than ‘intelligent’