Greenscreen Dress (2016-2018)

Wearing green clothing in conjunction with a chromakey app

This video depicts documentation of the experiments conducted for wearing and designing dynamic fabric - fabric that can change colour and pattern at the whim of its wearer. The research was conducted at Philips Lighting and the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands. Funding provided by ArcInTexETN (European Union Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions grant agreement No. 642328)

Greenscreen Dress explores the day-to-day experience of wearing fabric that can dynamically change pattern and colour

This auto-ethnographic design research took place over one year, revealing multiple insights about the nature of augmented-reality (AR) fashion and emerging trends that combine digital technologies with fashion.

To learn more about this work, see publications HERE and documentation HERE.

 
Sample images from Instagram -   @angellamackey

Sample images from Instagram - @angellamackey

 
Different greens composite the digital image in muddier or clearer ways

Different greens composite the digital image in muddier or clearer ways