2016

  • Sof[robo]ts

  • Ava Aghakouchak and Maria Paneta

The daily use of hard and rigid wearables has revealed important elements required for designing a wearable not only efficient but also respective to the human body. It seems that soft and more fluid materials can replace the hard metals and wires of the existing wearable technologies. This series is an exploration of possible materials, behaviors and shapes of the future wearables.

Prototype with 3D printed elements

Prototype with 3D printed elements

Prototype No.7

Prototype No.7

Prototype with liquid viscerals

Prototype with liquid viscerals

Prototype No.11

Prototype No.11

Prototypes with conductive parts

Prototypes with conductive parts