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#3 Random Eye Contact Initiator / Averter

AKA Computer-Guided Googly Eye Glasses An eye position scrambler. For the shy in can help to initiate eye contact to aid in human connection. For the overly curious or empathetic, helps to keep one out of other people’s business.

#10 Eyebrow Extender

Facial expression extension technology. Serves to amplify messages delivered via visage.

#14 Enhanced haptic feedback loop of touch

Creates haptic feedback when you touch another person. enabling you to experience the way in which you physically interact with another. Allowing you to understand the strength, and possible perceived intention of your touch, allowing you to not only obtain more physical sensation through your own touch but also, rethink possible unwarranted physical interactions.

#15 Something to help to more politely display frustration levels

A device which would subtly broadcast your discomfort or frustration at a situation. I imagine it might be able to take the form of a high pitched frequency which would allow others to feel the discomfort you’re experiencing.

#24 Awk Chirp

A necklace that detects an awkward moment of silence and plays a peppy upbeat (and likely out of place) melody that is /bound/ to bring a smile to one's face!

#34 Quiet Signal:

A small lapel pin which begins to pulse when you are wanting a quiet moment, to think, or meditate. Even in crowds. Signals you’re fine just feeling quiet at the moment.

#48 Screamer

A set of directional speakers embedded in a jacket that allow for high fidelity reproduction of sound. i.e. Projecting sound behind you “This is the police! … “ to scare a thief. Or Projecting a reminder in front of you.

#58 Aug(s)

Worn non-proportional heads and arms that use underlying AI to discuss and argue with each other when they meet. Removing the necessity for noisy conversation between individuals. (But really providing much amusement.)

Prototype

#60 Tactile

Gloves that amplify the feeling of surface qualities to be more intense (not in a linear way, more internally noticeable (hot doesn’t go to burning etc)) A way to make more tactile and memorable physical interactions between people.

#61 State

A worn display that allows the wearer to leave specific messages on their body. As well as an automatically generated map of the wearer's physiological state.

#63 Protest

A set of amplified speakers that will amplify the wearer's voice proportionally to how many people are holding hands together and speaking.

#68 Hot Sides

The side of your body warms and your clothes shift color when you are adjacent to someone you are attracted to.

#79 Cross Condo Body Language

A high visibility suit specifically designed to communicate across condo balconies to people in nearby condos.

#83 Discomfort Display

Undulating waves of your shirts move and shift as you become more or less comfortable with a situation, context or conversation.

#85 F*ck Off!

Lapel Pin which screams when you become upset enough with someone around you.

#100 Entrance Music

Announces your presence and allows you to set the mood when you do so.

#102 Language of Gesture

highly technical snowsuit which takes in your gesture and outputs the language to describe the feelings behind said gesture.

#104 Year In Review

A year long moodring which allows you to summarize the last year in a single colour of the necklace.

#106 politically awkward notice

looks like an elastic band but has a small motor on the underside of the wrist to alert the wearer when they’ve stepped into a politically awkward or uncomfortable conversation.

#114 Brush Off

Kinetic feather-laden chest piece that raises to create a gentle space or boundary.

#118 Emotional Support Beacon

Press a small button and it will send out a signal to nearby friends when you need support.

#119 UGH Amplifier

Amplifies frustration so it can be heard and seen by others.