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October 02 2014

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sneak sneak ^^

April 08 2013

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thanx ^^ #hellayeahlikewhoa

April 03 2013

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Vienna Spring 2013

March 16 2013

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Spider Dress in London at kinetica art fair 2013
by me and Anouk Wipprecht
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Spidy in London at kinetica art fair 2013
by me and Anouk Wipprecht
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Spidy in London at kinetica art fair 2013
by me and Anouk Wipprecht

February 05 2013

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January 16 2013

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its 3 no its 2 cygenb0ck">@cygenb0ck

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spider dress seems spreading web over inter-net :)

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"Exploration within the realms of robotic dresses; a spider dress gave birth. A cute little host creature created by fashiontech designer ANOUK WIPPRECHT and hacker & engineer DANIEL SCHATZMAYR - A prototype of a mechanic dress equipped with sensors indicators and controllers, created with the aim to give more power and 'psychological thrills' to the sugar sweet character that performative wearables often have. Sensoric, servo controlled, mechanic, microcontroller based and reacting//attacking upon approach, inspired by the game LIMBO.

Presented during VIVE LE ROBOTS / Cafe Neue Romance in Prague during the EU Robotics week NOVEMBER 2012 and prototyped during TEDX Vienna in collaboration with the @metalab - Vienna's famous hackerspace. And with the use of black plexiglass by EVONIK industries."

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Robotic Spider Dress

Dutch designer Anouk Wipprecht collaborated with Austrian software developer Daniel Schatzmayr to create the "Robotic Spider Dress", because the legs of the mechanical arachnid move when movement is detected nearby.

A prototype of a mechanic dress equipped with sensors indicators and controllers, created with the aim to give more power and 'psychological thrills' to the sugar sweet character that performative wearables often have. Sensoric, servo controlled, mechanic, microcontroller based and reacting//attacking upon approach, inspired by the game LIMBO. 

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January 09 2013

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December 10 2012

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@mind machine in action @ Roboexotica 2012  | via @maltman23
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Cocktail Robot build within one night @metalab last metaday. ...and it got ACRA awarded in team with Kokoromis Dancingularity as Drinkularity Extension at Roboexotica 2012
w00t ^^ and <3 to the lazzzorcutterrrrrrr
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November 04 2012

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'Tha Spidah', mechanic/animated PROTOTYPE dress demonstration at TEDx Vienna @metalab booth, 3 days and nights of no sleep but being happy builders our creation was aliifffffeeeee at the end of the day #makingmechanicdressesrocks //head still spins.*
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Awesome Spider Techfashion
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October 31 2012

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TECH FASHION // exploration within the realms of robotic dresses; a spider dress gave birth. Happy parents Daniel Schatzmayr & Anouk Wipprecht invite you all to explore the little creature during TEDx Vienna @metalab area on November 3th; the prototype of a mechanic dress presented with the aim to give more power and 'psychological thrills' to the sugar sweet character that performative wearables often have.

[Happy Halloweeeen]
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October 16 2012

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