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noisy coat

Noisy coat is a fashionista performance tool. The project is collaboration between kepp showroom and KIBU. The idea behind the work is to remind the fashion loving audience of the work that is put in crating and making fashion. In order to do that sounds of different machines typical to sewing workshop (sawing machines, irons, coat hangers and so on) along with environmental sounds were recorded in the showroom to create an interactive noise composition that a dancer brought to life. The movements of the dancer triggered and modulated the above-described sounds.

Wakoopa T-shirt

Our aim

We designed an interactive t-shirt, which is suppose to represent computer using habits. We came up with this concept to amend the already existing website called Wakoopa. (www.wakoopa.com)
With downloading a little software from this website, we allow them to monitor which websites are we checking, for how long, in what ratio did we use different software in comparison with each other. We can always see the daily/monthly statistics on the website. The site functions as a social network as well, each user has an avatar.

T-shirt message

QR code is a two-dimensional bar code, which has been developed in Japan in 1994. It has become extremely popular there, where standards were adopted in January 1999, where posters, and ads often include QR codes and where the most mobile phones are already able to read. In June 2000, it has become an international standard. It became even more popular after it was launched and quickly spreaded around the world.

Safety Belt

What is this?
This is an extraordenary clothing accessory, a technicaly enchansed belt.

Why do we prepare it?
This project is an experiment in the name of „smart-fashion”, trying to bring new ideas in the room. User can control a mobile to simulate a fake call for example. It can help to find a lost key or mobile in a room, or even to find friends in a club. Safety Belt can also be used as a remote control for TVs and HiFis.

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