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Want a videodress for summer?
Partying is fun but if it’s too dark nobody could see you. How about making an entrance with a video dress? This dress designed by Hussein Chayalan has 15,000 LEDS embedded on it. Each of the dresses projects video stream of your choice. Unsure how it actually works, I’m sure you either need to carry a battery pack along with you otherwise how would the lights turn on? Either that, or you just need to stand next to a power source while your dress is plugged in the socket. Both ways isn’t really practical but it’s good thing it’s LED coz it doesn’t heat up.
Source : trendhunter