Clothes has certainly come a long way from just being functional at their very core to provide protection against the elements while giving one a sense of decency, to this day and age where it is supposed to make a statement of sorts. What better way to gain attention from everyone else other than the LED kimono? Boasting 444 LEDs on the garment’s sleeve that – get this, can be individually controlled, the LEDs will respond primarily to sound as well as the wearer’s movement. Future versions of this forward-looking kimono will also allow it to function more as a smart garment with the ability to improvise, listen and react to its environment.
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