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Out with mood rings, in with the mood sweater

Remember wearing mood rings to tell us how we were feeling? Well, now a company has come up with almost the same idea, but in an extra soft and cozy sweater. It’s called the Sensoree GER: Mood Sweater and it reads excitement levels and translates the data into ‘a palette of affective colors’. The sweater is ‘based on the technology of a classic lie detector test’ and features a wearable sensor called the ‘Galvanic Extimacy Responder’. Sensoree is being released to the public in March with a limited edition run of 100.

Sensoree isn’t all gimmicky, either. The company began as MFA design research to ‘create wearable technology to augment Sensory Processing Disorder, a condition which ranges from ADHD to autism’.

Via Sensoree

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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