How not to read the room: Creating socially awkward wearables with machine learning & javascript

Key takeaways
  • You will be inspired by the application of machine learning to artistic wearables
  • You will be inspired by the application of wearables to challenge one's own emotion responses.

I’m introvert. This can be bit unfortunate, when you are a person that enjoys spending a lot of free time creating fashion things bedazzled with LEDs… only to rarely wear them out in public. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ In an effort to actually share my weird and wonderful creations with others, I decided create a wearable project that would force me to be sociable in order for it to reveal its magic. In this talk, I’ll share how I used machine learning with javascript and tiny computers to make “fashion” that is responsive to the people around you and the attention you are (or aren’t) receiving.

Stephanie Nemeth

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