Expressive Wearables: Privacy Protective Headwear

Here is a headwear that reacts to sounds and light. It expresses your attitude for you. This working prototype has light, sound, and distance sensors in addition to motors. So when a bright light flashes in your face, its fans cover your eyes. When the noises around you are too loud, the headwear covers your ears.

This prototype was designed as a part of Intel’s Wearable Technology Design Network sponsored project @ Art Center College of Design.

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