Video’s from our electronic fashion workshops. Here we collaborate with fashion design students to create unique electronic clothes, during a 1 – 2 week workshop.
Electronic Sportswear Workshop May 2017
Combining sportswear and electronics can open up new ways of making training more effective, safer and fun. Fashion design students at Shih Chien University, together with electronic engineers from neighbouring National Taiwan University, took on this creative challenge in a recent 10 day workshop. The outcome was broad range of working garments, from a jacket that gives feedback on posture and arm stability for Olympic target shooting, to a basket ball top that celebrates a basket, to a shoes that measure your cycling cadence and foot position, through to a dancers top with feedback on arm position.
Young and old – Shih Chien University Nov 2015
Master fashion students at Shih Chien University (實踐大學) experiment with the design of electronic garments targeted at the younf and old. This student generated video shows the process and some of the final pieces. Watch out for the night-time slippers that light up when you put your feet in them and help elderly people move safely at night.
Jekyll and Hyde garments – Shih Chien University April 2015
Master students at Shih Chien University (實踐大學) push the boundaries of fashion design; combining clothes and electronics to make unique apparel. The theme of the April workshop was Jekyll and Hyde…clothes that can dramatically change character. This video shows the student designing, preparing and showing their digital creations.
Electronic graduates from neighbouring NTU worked with the fashion design students to bring their concepts to life.
Junior and senior – Shih Chien University 2014
In November master students studying fashion design created electronic garments focused on the young and old, categories that normally get less attention from the electronic garment community. This lead to a whole range of working pieces; from colour sensing boots for infants, to exercise and hand warming gloves for the elderly.
Motion flow – Shih Chien University 2013
This year a mixture of 1st and 3rd year fashion design students created motion sensitive garments that changed with movement.