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Taking flirting to a new level! Dress turns transparent when it detects you're turned on

- Tiny sensors detect changes in wearer’s body temperature and heart rate
- Strips embedded with electronic-foils cover the dress' bust area
- As the wearer’s heart rate goes up, the e-foils transform into a clear plastic
- Garment comes in an option of white cloth or black fake leather material
- Dress is currently still a concept but Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde hopes to eventually see a version of it worn by the public


The Intimacy 2.0 dress, created by Netherlands-based Studio Roosegarde, turns transparent when the wearer is aroused

Within the dress, tiny invisible sensors are able to detect changes in the wearer’s body temperature and heart rate.
As the wearer’s heart rate and temperature goes up, the e-foils change colour and transform into clear plastic.
This means that as well as arousal, emotions such as excitement, fear and anxiety may cause the wearer to expose far more than they intended.



The garment is made up of a combination of white cloth or black fake leather, as well as some tactically placed thin leather strips embedded with e-foils



Sensors hidden throughout the dress are able to detect tiny changes in the wearer's body temperature and heart rate. As the wearer's heart rate goes up, the e-foils change colour and turn into clear plastic. The dress is shown here in its opaque state


The garment, created by designer Daan Roosegaarde, comes in black fake leather (left) and white (left) options

The original version of the dress, Intimacy, was made up of nearly all e-foils meaning that the entire dress could turn invisible. However, the 2.0 version is only transparent around the bust.
Award-winning Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde calls his style of fashion 'techno-poetry.'
He said: 'Intimacy 2.0 is a fashion project exploring the relation between intimacy and technology.'
‘Technology is used here not merely functional but also as a tool to create intimacy as well as privacy on a direct, personal level which in our contemporary tech society is becoming increasingly important.’
Currently the dress only comes in one size which is about 40 inch (101cm) long and best fits a size small or extra small.
And it’s not just a one-off. Mr Roosegaarde fully expects his concept dress, or a version of it, to eventually be worn by the public.
‘Currently Studio Roosegaarde is selecting haute couture designers to develop the next Intimacy 3.0 fashion line for men and women,’ his website states.


Currently the dress only comes in one size which is about 40 inch (101cm) long and fits a size small. It features an open back design (right)


The original version of the dress, Intimacy, was made up of nearly all e-foils meaning that the entire dress could turn transparent. However, the 2.0 version is only transparent around the bust


Mr Roosegaarde fully expects his concept dress, or a version of it, to eventually be worn on the street
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HOW DOES THE DRESS WORK?

The dress is made up of a combination of white cloth or black fake leather, as well as some tactically placed thin leather strips embedded with e-foils.
Sensors hidden throughout the dress are able to detect tiny changes in the wearer’s body temperature and heart rate.
As the wearer’s heart rate goes up, the e-foils change colour and turn into clear plastic.
This means that as well as arousal, excitement, fear and anxiety may also cause the wearer to show expose far more than they may have intended.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2598969/Taking-flirting-new-level-Dress-turns-transparent-detects-youre-turned-on.html
Tags: мода, наука, одежда, прогресс, прозрачность, технология, эротика
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