WATCH: Adobe Debuts Digital Dress of the Future

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Adobe demonstrated a digital, interactive dress called "Project Primrose" at its MAX conference on October 10. The strapless, knee-length dress can refresh its design, color, and animation instantly at the push of a button. It even has sensors that allow the dress to react to the wearer’s movements. The dress uses small modules that change the way light is reflected, which Adobe previewed on a canvas and bag in 2022. Research scientist Christine Dierk, who created the dress, modeled the garment on stage and called it a "digital dress that brings fabric to life."

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