Outfit repeater? Never, darling. My dress changes every second.
These bragging rights belong to an Adobe presenter, who strutted onto the Adobe Max Conference stage in a shape-shifting dress. What in the wizarding world is going on here?
If you listened closely, you could hear the audience’s jaws collectively hitting the floor as the seemingly normal looking dress transformed from matte white, to reflective, to multicoloured with an array of different designs. Dubbed ‘Project Primrose’, this dress creates “Non-Emissive Flexible Display Systems using reflective light-diffuser modules” (whatever the hell that means).
Unfortunately, I have bad news if you’re wanting to dazzle your dearest in this fluctuating frock, it is not quite ready for you to get your hands on. Yet. While Project Primrose is not market ready, it does serve as a proof of concept, showing a future where your future can change quicker than a teenager’s mood.
By incorporating this tech into various surfaces (like clothing and furniture), designers can explore endless possibilities in terms of style, and individuals can easily download and ‘wear’ the latest designs from their fave designers.
Bravo Adobe, it’s giving mystique from X-Men and I’m impressed.Read Original Story