Electric Skin gives a breath of light

New media installation artist and faculty member of Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Suzi Webster, has been exploring and critiquing the ways in which technologies impact and shape our experiences. She has created a number of interesting wearable technologies including Electric Skin, which turns the breath of the wearer into pulses of light...something that would be great here in Seattle as we all wait in anticipation for the sun to finally sneak out from behind our 10-month cloud cover.

"The inhalation and exhalation of the wearer activates a breath sensor that dims and brightens the printed LED of the garment. The wearer is engaged in an altered state of perception, bathed in the electric aqua light."

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