Montreal-based Chinese fashion designer Ying Gao, has used complex sensory technology to create a dress that moves, changes shape and even lights up when looked at. Her high-fashion creations with eye-tracking technology is activated when gazed upon.
(No)where (Now)here: two gaze-activated dresses by Ying Gao. The gaze-activated dresses are embedded with eye-tracking technology that responds to an observer's gaze by activating tiny motors to move parts of the dresses in patterns
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