Amped Atelier: Sahrye Cohen and Hal Rodriguez
Mimic is a chameleon dress that changes colors based on the surrounding environment.
Mimic use color sensors to measure object colors and then animate color changes using the addressable LEDs on the 3D printed motifs. The model controls how the dress looks through color swatches.
The plastic crystals were printed directly onto fabric using a 3D printer. This innovative method creates a durable and flexible garment that is accessible and customizable.
- 3D motifs (tetrahedrons and crystals) printed directly on fabric
- Addressable LEDs with RGB light sensor controlled by an Arduino
The Amped Atelier Team
Sahrye Cohen – Designer, sewer and electronics
Sahrye Cohen is a costumer and designer from San Francisco. She makes costumes and fashion using electronic components and responsive materials.
Hal Rodriguez – Engineer, programming and electronics
Hal Rodriguez studied Design but got sidetracked in programming. Now he enjoys exploring how fashion and technology blend
Find Amped Atelier on Instagram and Twitter: @amped_atelier and on the web at http://www.ampedatelier.com
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On The Runway
Mimic | Designers: Amped Atelier by Hal Rodriguez and Sahrye Cohen | Models: Farzana Khimani and Amber Needham | Hair: Elsa and Jason Mellor | Makeup: Paloma Reynoso | Photography: Ernesto Augustus – Studio E Photography
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