By Danielle Wilde, RMIT University
Wearable technologies currently exist in two spaces – as conceptual pieces by artists and designers, and as engineering-driven wearable products that are taken to market. But, as Danielle Wilde explains, the future for wearable technologies lies in creating products with expressive aesthetic qualities.
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Danielle Wilde is currently a 2013-2014 Sidney Myer Creative Fellow. This fellowship, combined with support from Arts Victoria, The Besen Family Foundation, RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles and Deakin University Motion.Lab enabled her to develop the PKI project, as well as her thinking in relation to this video and the associated article.
This article was originally published on The Conversation.
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