The hottest 3D printed goose bumps jacket can pred

2022-07-26
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3D printed goose bumps jacket can predict people's mood

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core tip: with 3D printing technology, clothes become more and more strange in the hands of designers. Recently, a team named sensor electronic tensile testing machine and fixture briefly introduced E has attracted attention in the fashion and science and technology circles. The team made a 3D printed coat named awelectric. The uniqueness of this coat is that its surface can automatically fluctuate and simulate a reaction of human skin, which is commonly known as goose bumps

[China Packaging News] with 3D printing technology, clothing has become more and more strange in the hands of designers. Recently, a team named sensoree has attracted attention in the fashion and technology circles. The team made a 3D printed coat named awelectric. The uniqueness of this coat is that its surface can automatically fluctuate and simulate a reaction of human skin, which is commonly known as goose bumps

when the human body is cold, afraid or instructed by the brain, a layer of goose bumps will appear on the body. This is because there is a small muscle under each hair, called the erector pili muscle. When they contract, a small bulge will appear on the surface of the skin. At the same time, the hairs on the skin will stand up. This 3D printed jacket named awelectric can sense people's emotions such as fear and curiosity

it is reported that the research team has implanted a series of biosensors in this dress, which can read the user's skin electrical reaction, breathing and heart rate changes, and then judge whether they are in a state of surprise or fear after causing gaps between various devices, and then trigger the goose bumps expansion of 3D printing

it is understood that the production team used a PLA mixed cloth as the material, and made the clothes with a reprap 3D printer and a makerbot replicator 3D printer. The surface of these jackets is equipped with some conical 3D printing structures that can be opened and closed, which can sense the state of the wearer and automatically fluctuate with it, so as to simulate the "bumps" of human skin in response to external stimuli such as cold

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