To celebrate the release of Strada Series for iPhone 6s we’ve teamed up with some of the most forward thinking brands to bring you the ‘OtterBox Strada Future Professionals Series’ – a set of four short films starring European professionals who are laying the groundwork for the future of their professions.
In the first installment we’re exploring the future of fashion through an exciting collaboration with CuteCircuit, wearable technology pioneer. We’ve teamed up to create a mini documentary looking at how wearable technology is shaping the future and the world beyond.
This mini-documentary forms part of our ‘OtterBox Strada Future Professionals Series’ – a set of four short films starring European professionals who are laying the groundwork for the future of their professions.
Watch as we reveal how CuteCircuit is pioneering wearable fashion having created the world’s first Twitter dress; a gown that interacts with an app to display the users tweets whilst being worn, The Galaxy Dress, that is embroidered with 24000 full colour pixels, making it the largest wearable display in the world and The Hug Shirt™ that records a users hug with sensors and delivers the data via Bluetooth to a recipient’s Hug Shirt™ via an app and Bluetooth.
Francesca Rosella, founder and designer at CuteCircuit predicts the future of fashion within the mini documentary saying; “Within 10 years our clothes will become the interface that will connect us to people and places in a way that has not been seen before.”
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