Anti-Surveillance Fashion Designed To Trigger And Inject Junk Data In To Automated License Plate Readers

The fabric on this garment is designed to trigger Automated License Plate Readers, adding unhelpful data to the systems used to surveil our communities. Look fabulous in an all-over printed, body-hugging crop top.

For the pattern to have a maximum effect, it’s ideal for the fabric to hang straight so that the text is not excessively warped. For this reason, you may want to consider sizing up if you intend for it to read in to ALPRs effectively.

More: Adversarial Fashion

How It Works

The patterns on this shirt were generated by testing a series of modified license plate images with commercial ALPR APIs, working to generate aesthetic fabric patterns that read in to devices and services as if they were real plates.

The patterns are designed to trigger Automated License Plate Readers, injecting junk data in to the systems used by the State and its contractors to monitor and track civilians and their locations.

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Inside Opower's Arlington Office: A robot, a Scooter and Many, Many Couches
'One by One'. Craft meets Mass Production.
Concepts From Future Past: 1970 Ferrari Modulo 512
Watch Parts Motorcycles
Human or Machine? Life-Like Android Robots from Japan Show Glimpses of the Future
Lego Production Factory in Billund, Denmark
This Brutal 1925 Rolls Royce Phantom I Jonckheere Coupe
35 Rare Photos of the Construction of the Titanic
A Broken Vintage Piano Turned Into A Unique Analog Hybrid Of 20 Instruments Connected To The Piano Keys
PORTAL: An Interactive Bridge to Unity Connects Two Countries
Kazakh Bodybuilder Yuri Tolochko To Marry His Life-Like Sex Doll 'Margo'
Meet Selk'bag, The Wearable Sleeping Bag
Face Depixelizer Neural Network "Brings Back The Sharpness" Of Photos In Low Resolution, And The Results Are Very Unexpected
India's 22 Karat Gold Plated Goldplus Nano Car
Guy Made A Computer Case Out Of Old Soviet Electronic Parts Looks Magically Cool
Designer From Hong Kong Spent A Year-And-A Half To Create The Humanoid Robot, Which Is Definitely Looks Like Scarlett Johansson
Engineer Grandfather Turns His Backyard Into An Amusement Park For His Grandkids
NASA: Spectacular Images from Space - Galaxy Encounter, Flooding Thailand, and 12-Billion-Year-Old Stars
This Solar-Powered Ecocapsule Lets You Live Off-The-Grid Anywhere In The World
Concepts From Future Past: 1963 Chevrolet Corvair Testudo
New York Architects Plan Enormous Skyscraper Hanging From An Asteroid In Space
The Tattoo Erasers
Meet Nikita Replyanski, An Artificial Limbs And Wearable Technology Designer
iblazr - the First Universal LED Flash for Smartphones and Tablets
Alien Hunter: World’s Biggest Telescope will be Built in Chile
Meet Russian Mechanic And Welder Sergei Kulagin, The Alien Samurai
Rita – The Girl Who Happily Lives With A Bionical Hand
The FJ Company Did A Beautiful Job On This Classic Toyota Land Cruiser
Giant Homemade Robot
Malls In Thailand Replace Lift Buttons With Foot Pedals To Contain Coronavirus Spread