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Credits: Kristi Kuusk (TU/e), Unit040, Johan van den Acker Textielfabriek and Studio Toer

Year of Invention: 2014

Description:
Demo Textile is a woven cloth with digital flowers growing from it. The red surface resembles to the Brabants bont – the textile pattern originating from Brabant area, where Eindhoven lays. The flowers represent project partners involved at the moment of developing the concept. Three tulips stand for the Dutch and one cornflower for the Estonian involved.
Demo Textile is an open-use cloth, therefore different ideas and concepts can be explored with it. It demonstrates the possibilities for using AR on textiles in a wider range of applications. The cloth can be used on a surface, but also on a body or wrapped around different objects etc.
Demo Textile app is available for Android device in the Google Play (Textales Demo edition).

Materials:
woven 100% cotton fabric, Textales application

Techniques:
automatic weaving loom, programming

References/Inspirations:
The Bedtime Stories project in the 1st (2013) swatch book

Dimensions: 17 x 18 cm

Links: www.kristikuusk.com

Picture:
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