One of my favorite things about science fiction movies is analyzing the fashion and seeing the director's vision of what we'll be wearing while driving our flying cars. Well now a new series of videos indicates that we may actually be ready for futuristic fashion today.
We're all pretty familiar with the now somewhat played out (but 'always' welcome) 'Slave Leia' and 'Lara Croft' costumes, but now a new female geek costume that actually turns you into a video game controller may become the new must have outfit.
Muscle memory is an important part of being a top athlete, so it only makes sense that an interactive product designer has now invented a wearable training system for baseball pitchers based on another important sensory tool, sound.
Some of us worship at the altar of tech, and others at the altar of fashion, but every so often the two worlds collide in a happy mix of circuitry and haute couture. Such is the case with the curiously attractive Data Sandals.
Here's a new spin on fashion, clothes made from milk.. While it sounds unlikely that you could make fabric from a cool frosty beverage, German fashion designer and microbiologist Anke Domaske has apparently found a way.
Aside from having a cool name reminiscent of the God of Thunder, Thorunn Arnadottir's neatest trick is combining influences from several cultures to harness the power of QR codes in fashion.
Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld is known for his Twitter quips like "I envy Zaha Hadid's ability to sketch on computers," but in his latest show he manages to harness to technology to his own ends with great effect.
We're fans of Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht, who is quite fond of blending tech and fashion. Just take a look at this dress she made that paints itself. Not content to make one liquid-dispensing garment, here's her next trick: a dress that'll pour you a drink, as long as you play by its rules.
Last year we showed you the robot mannequin for men, now the same company has unveiled the technology for the far more important, and demanding market of female fashion consumers.
Wearable technology is quickly becoming the norm, but two enterprising designers have decided take quirky fashion and mix it with embeddable tech in a more collaborative way.