Pioneering Wearable Technology for Interactive Fashion and Immersive Augmented Reality since 2004
CuteCircuit’s co-founders invented the concept of App-controlled interactive clothing and remote hugging via haptics such as the HugShirt
Illuminated clothing, 3D Spatial Audio, and Haptics
Eiza Dress, a Twitter controlled black evening dress that changes color when receiving a tweet.
Fashion that reacts to the wearer’s movement by changing color, washable in the washing machine, and USB rechargeable.
The HugShirt is a t-shirt that allows you to hug a friend over distance. The world's first haptic telecommunication garment, invented in 2002.
"What you hear... I can feel!"
“Graphene has never been used in the fashion industry and being the first to use it was a real honour, allowing us to have a lot of fun creating the stunning Intu Graphene Dress and showcasing graphene’s amazing properties.”
“This is a fantastic project, graphene is still very much at its infancy for real-world applications and showcasing its amazing properties through the forum of fashion is very exciting. The dress is truly a one of a kind and shows what creativity, imagination and a desire to innovate can create using graphene and related two-dimensional materials.”
"Technology and fashion have come together to create what is the world’s most high-tech dress and could become the blueprint for what our millions of customers will be wearing in the future.”
"This is a company called CuteCircuit. I feel like when Blade Runner predicted the future, I am living in it now! And I love that!""I won the night at the Met Gala!"
"I absolutely love this dress. It's one of the best dresses I've ever seen ... It's amazing and I think it's the start of an new trend. I'm absolutely obsessed with this!"
"I'm wearing the first couture Twitter Dress by CuteCircuit and its crazy! It's a dress they designed specifically for me. All these gorgeous lights!"
"[CuteCircuit] is fun and fashionable and something that no one has ever done before. Its basically a piece of art rolled into fashion."