Beat Dress Lights Up To Music

September 12, 2007


The Beat Dress was part of a project for a Fashion and Technology course at Malmö University in Sweden. The dress has 10 detachable patches, each with 10 LEDs that are controlled by a microphone and equalizer. When sound or music is detected, the LEDs light up to the beat. It's kind of a neat idea, but I think it needs some work. That, and to not be constructed out of a potato sack. And it doesn't really need that top portion there, the part that covers the melons. Or the bottom part. Hell, it should just be a naked woman with a flashlight.

Beat Dress Lights Up To Music [ubergizmo]

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