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Used more often than it should be to describe design, art, jewellery or fashion that has no wide audience; little impact on our mass-produced society and slim to no chance of mass market exposure – therefore ending up …

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Collecting reviews of "unexpected pleasures"

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PSFK’s Creative of the Week, chosen from the ARTS THREAD online portfolios, is Julie Usel. A recent MA graduate from the Goldsmithing Silversmithing Metalwork and Jewellery MA program at Royal College of Art, London, …

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Julie Usel explores the use of materials in her jewellery in novel ways

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Wearable technology is here to stay and is evolving at an impressive rate, but how far can it go? To find out where this emerging market…

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advances in materials and new ways of powering devices will move the innovations in this field forward.

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Moondial has just released their latest fashionable technology report Scientific Fashion focusing on the intersection of synthetic biology and the body. The…

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Last year was huge for wearable and implantable medical devices.

 

“The entire field of wearable body monitors is pretty exciting,” Chiang told OSU. “By being able to dramatically reduce the size, weight and cost of these devices, it opens new possibilities in medical treatment, health care, disease prevention, weight management and other fields.”

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So many advances in wearable medical devices and telemedicine, where this will become interesting is when more complex symptoms or diseases are abled to be diagnosed and monitored. Of course how these are designed to be worn on the body and how people will accept them is another area of research…

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Shiny Slo-Mo: Decelerator Helmet Slows Time Down For Wearer

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interesting way to perceive the world, through a technological reproduction.

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An immersive body of work

January 4, 2013

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Through interrogation of the body, this designer blurs the lines between fashion, performance and architecture, writes Sonia Harford.

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Lucy McRae, designer, shares her ideas that work in the fields of the body, performance, adornment

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