스마트폰과 실시간으로 연동되는 3d 프린팅된 코르셋은 사용자의 감정과 동기화 되며 상태에 따라 투명해지고 불투명해 진다.
designers xuedi chen and pedro G.C. oliveira have constructed ‘x.pose‘,
a smartphone-connected 3d printed corset, which comprises reactive
displays that turn transparent when smartphone data collected.
the project acts an exploration and commentary on the current internet
culture of our generation and the relationship we share with our data.
individuals carrying cell phones and connecting with services such as
google or facebook have agreed, often without conscious consideration,
to policies that grant these service providers explicit rights to
harvest and utilize personal data on a massive scale. based on account
activity logs, google clearly knows where their users are, have been,
and possibly even where they’re going. the transparency of information
renders us ‘naked’.
‘x.pose’ broadcasts the wearer’s data everyone to see. a server and mobile app were built to collect xuedi — the designer’s geolocation data over time to use as the basis for a personalized 3D printed flexible mesh. using arduino and bluetooth, the app communicates with a layer of reactive displays that reflects the trails of information that she produces. the displays are divided up into patches that represent neighborhoods and change in opacity depending on the wearer’s current location. depending on the site she is most near too, the spot on the body will pulse, revealing the fact that her data is being collected and simultaneously exposing her skin. as her data emissions are collected, the wearer becomes more and more naked.