Wearable technologies should be soft — and sexy — to capture our attention.
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That’s according to a woman whose first wearable tech product was vibrating, interactive underwear for long-distance relationships.
Billie Whitehouse, designer at Wearable Experiments, walks the gap between consumer electronics and fashion, telling attendees of WIRED Retail 2015 that technology need not always look like technology.
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