Looking at the future of fashion among other things. Now, tune in for the latest interesting and cyberpunk inspiring stories that I have found:
The Museum of Fine Arts – Boston is hosting a exhibit called #Techstyle looking at the overlaps and twists between technology and fashion. Reason magazine has a good interview with the curator here. You can also look at the tech fashion accessories of CuteCircuit who are providing items for the exhibit.
For protection against the paparazzi, ISHU has produced a scarf made of reflective material that uses the light from camera flashes to ‘blind’ cameras. Useful for those trying to keep out of the public eye, ISHU also makes neckties and other things of the same material.
On a different level, there are bunches of companies recycling bit of piece of cars and bikes into bags, clothing and even clothing. Good ideas for the sorts of things you might find in street markets and underground bazaars.
Would you wear leather made from vat grown human skin? What if it included tattoos and was cultured from a celebrity? Fashion is going to be strange in the future.
Facebook moves closer to its goal of bringing the internet everywhere with the test flight of the Aquila solar powered drone, designed to circle for months and act as a broadband link for people and areas outside of usual connectivity. (See a video of the test flight here.)
What visions of the coming dark future have you seen recently?