Iris Van Herpen’s Capriole collection is inspired by contemporary architectural movements, compunded on a style that was influenced by her internship with ground-breaking designer Alexander McQueen. To achieve the highly sculptural effects in this collection, a technique mixing 3D printing with fabrics was employed. Notable in the bio-skeletalesque pieces, is the influence of renown Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava.
The rich, detailed, beautifully-lit and incredibly rendered 2D digital illustrations of Steafan Kopinski.
Technology developers at Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft Research have figured out a way to utilize motion waves on the body to map sensory points as buttons, which create a fully functional interface on the arm when images of buttons with their functions are displayed on top of these points.