Intel's conceptual Adrenaline Gown will get upset if you do
Intel tapped Chromat to make its strange Adrenaline Gown. Packing Intel’s Curie computing module, the garment senses variations in adrenaline (based mostly in your conductivity). A community of elaborate 3D-printed panels and a carbon-fiber skeleton then expands outwards, like a mutant porcupine had wings. Apparently, there isn’t any airpump or servos: it makes use of alloys that broaden and contract to warmth which might be chargeable for the motion. It is one other design idea, however this one means to showcase its Curie module, whereas 2014’s spider nightmare targeted on RealSense. Curie is a extra real looking proposition on the subject of sensible clothes — as a result of it is, properly, tiny.
Pictures by Will Lipman.