3D dresses look like overgrown organs protruding out of wearer’s body

3D dresses look like overgrown organs protruding out of wearer’s body

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Wearable technology is reaching all new levels of weirdness. Yes, it is the most fascinating thing off late, we have some really useful fitness trackers, health monitors, and smartwatches to boast off, and here in the league of wearable technology are these freakin’ wearable structures that grow naturally.

Created by MIT media lab professor Neri Oxman in collaboration with Mediated Matter Group, these are four 3D printed dresses, which look like overgrown organs protruding out of the wearer’s body.

These dresses are made using computational growth process, which is inspired by the natural growth behavior. Each dress begins as a seed and expands into this freakishly large organ (if I may put it that way).

Check out more pictures and the video below for a look at Neri’s 3D printed dresses.

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Via: Behance/Make