Meet Nikita Replyanski, An Artificial Limbs And Wearable Technology Designer

Nikita Replyanski lives and works in Saint Petersburg, Russia, was born in Ulyanovsk city. He is working more than 10 years in the computer games development as 3D artist. He likes science a lot. So, when he understood that he can use his skills in the real world projects he began to study the Industrial Design tools and theory himself. Now he is a part of the Motorica company. Also, he is still working and studying digital art that was always the main inspiration for him. Continue reading »

Meet Selk’bag, The Wearable Sleeping Bag

Wouldn’t it be great if you could walk around and feel just as warm and cozy as if you were wrapped in a blanket? And then you could stop and take a nap anytime? That’s the idea behind the Selk’bag. Continue reading »

Collar AG – A Wearable Device For Surveillance By XCEED

Under the giant wave of big data, every decision we made on the web is being drawn into bottomless whirlpool. Whether you drop a keyword in Google’s search engine, or click a like on the Facebook, the Internet will record it and customize the filter bubble for your behavior. This phenomenon is set to become a personal optimization system that isolates us in the ideological frames. Continue reading »

A Wearable ‘Shark Man’ Suit Lets You Build Your Own Private Space Anywhere

Conceived by product designer Yang Zhao, ‘SharkMan’ is a hybrid wearable furniture that lets you have your own private space anywhere. Designed to look like a shark’s fin, its shape can be altered to fit the user’s needs. For example, it can be opened if the user is on a laptop, or folded shut if the user decides to lie down to take a nap. Continue reading »

Wearable Wooden Bags That Blends With Nature Patterns

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Things we love from Istanbul: pistachio-flavored Turkish delights, handwoven wool kilims, and embroidered wooden clutches. Grav Grav, short for the phrase “gravity is gravity,” is a label started by Merve Burma, a young designer born and raised in Istanbul. Working out of a studio in her hometown, Burma creates unique wooden satchels, backpacks, clutches, and purses—but it was the wooden bags with intricate embroidered detailing that first caught our eye. Continue reading »

Tiny Oyster Pearls Are Intricately Carved into Wearable Skull Sculptures

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Japanese artist Shinji Nakaba transforms elegant oyster pearls into intricately carved anatomical forms. His wearable sculptures come in many different shapes and sizes, but the jeweler’s most unique pieces are carved into the shape of human and animal skulls. Continue reading »

The Wearable Tomato Dispenser – Every Runner’s Dream

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Kagome Co’s employee Shigenori Suzuki appears with the newly-developed “Wearable Tomato” device for runners during its unveiling event ahead of the weekend’s Tokyo Marathon in Tokyo. The eight-kilo (17.6-pound) contraption fits on a runner like a rucksack. It can distribute a total of seven medium-sized tomatoes, one by one, at the click of a button and supplies the runner with much needed nutrients during a long jog or race. Continue reading »

Litographs Tattoos: Wearable Tributes to Iconic Books

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A beautiful collection of (temporary) literary tattoos, and a chance to join the World’s Longest Tattoo Chain. The project titled “Litographs”, had their tattoos designed in the form of texts taken from 15 classic books such as The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Ulysses, and Les Misérables.
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