“HearWear: The Fashion of Environmental Noise Display” by Iossifova and Kim

  • ©Milena Iossifova and Younghui Kim

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    HearWear: The Fashion of Environmental Noise Display

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    Abstract

    HearWear is an electronic wearable, which is not only a fashion apparel but also reacts to urban noise with moving light patterns. HearWear keeps the wearer and all passers-by in touch with their environment through a playful display of urban sounds and noise pollution.


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    JEREMIJENKO, N., Feral Dogs of BIT (http://www.bureauit.org/feral/)

    IOSSIFOVA, M., and Wolf, A. WiFisense Ubiquitous Computing Conference: Demonstrations, 2003 (http://www.wifisense.com)

    MORIWAKI, K., Inside/Outside (http://www.kakirina.com/handbag)

    KIM, Y., TU, J. and Halsell, M. Technology Jacket for Afrofuturistic, Multimedia Performance, Kitchen 2003. (http://missingpixel.net/v4/gallery/about_jacket.html)


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