Microsoft and Bloomingdale’s creates a tweet-powered dress

Talk about an odd couple, Microsoft and Bloomingdale’s are combining fashion with technology to create a ‘tweet-powered’ dress. Tweets can be typed on the dress’s bodice keyboard, and are then displayed on the dress by a projector. Tweets can also be sent to the dress using the hashtag #MSBLOOMINGDALES, and the dress will be unveiled at this year’s New York Fashion Week.

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