The World’s very first wearable, sharable, programmable T-shirt designed and patented by CuteCircuit (Patent number: US10356356).
TshirtOS looks like a simple grey t-shirt but it has the extraordinary power to allow you to share your Status, your Tweets, your favourite songs and pictures.
Wear the future of self-expression. The t-shirt features thousands of full colour pixels arranged in a soft wearable grid, it is controlled using Q App on your mobile phone allowing you to broadcast anything you love.
TshirtOS includes an array of interactive technologies to allow it to perform in a variety of ways, including: Full color pixels to display amazing animations, wirelessly connected, Controllable via the CuteCircuit Q App, Microphone (sound and noise reactive), Movement sensor (jump and display new animations), Headphone jack (play music wirelessly from your smartphone), Micro-camera (for awesome photos).
In collaboration with Aperol Italia, CuteCircuit created a super bright and energetic sportswear collection to celebrate Aperol and bring joy to summer nights. The Performance is directed by choreographer extraordinaire Laccio, with set design by Gio Forma and experience design by 2Night Lab.
CuteCircuit design the Astral Envoys spacesuit shortlisted for the new European Space Agency Spacesuit Competition 2023.
In 1926 Coco Chanel designed a simple, short black dress. Considered radically modern, it disregarded convention in its design and shade and was hailed by US Vogue as “the frock that all the world will wear.” The little black dress became a wardrobe staple and a blank canvas for future generations to reflect broader political and cultural shifts, challenge social norms around race, gender and sexuality and reflect evolving ideals of beauty and identity.
Discover how the nuances of the colour black have made the little black dress a contradictory garment, from the well-mannered cocktail attire of the early 20th century to the leather and latex worn by members of punk and fetish subcultures. The exhibition features CuteCircuit’s Nieves Dress and visitors can change the colour of its fabric via the Q App.
MAD GLOBAL presents CuteCircuit’s latest NFT collection, “Luminous Interactive Fashion”. A stunning collection of futuristic fashion which combines AI-generated digital imagery and physical wearable technology garments and accessories with luminous interactive embroidery.
The event will be hosted at the Luis Fern and MetaMundo Gallery from March 28th to 31st, 2023
Mastercard AND CuteCircuit created limited edition face masks that light up to music in real time to connect people to music and each other.
Two in five Brits would like to see technology incorporated into face masks.
Mastercard, headline sponsor of The BRIT Awards 2021 for the 23rd year, showcases the first ever audio connected LED face mask that interacts and illuminates in response to music and environmental sounds in real time, bringing music to life every day in a new and exciting way.
The Data Centre collection features an exclusive collaboration between Chanel and CuteCircuit inspired by CuteCircuit’s luminous handbag designs. We designed three versions of luminous bags: the classic Boy Small and Boy Medium, and an Envelope to fit a laptop – a brand new shape for the French couture house.
The colourful Micro-LED animations feature patterns and colours that make the collection’s fabrics come alive in mesmerising hues of bright pink and acid greens. Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld for the Spring Summer 2017 campaign featuring model Arizona Muse.
The Twirkle t-shirt features in the new wearable technology exhibit “Wired to Wear” at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. The exhibit also features the HugShirt and SoundShirt. This special edition of the Twirkle t-shirt features a laser distance ranger that senses the distance of the museum visitors from the installation.
The sensor changes the colour of the micro-LED decoration based on the distance, with sparkling white lights activating when a visitor is very close, and glowing in green and aqua when the visitor is approaching, through the whole rainbow of colours when walking by. The 20 t-shirts in the installation create a reactive surface that invites the visitors to play.
Italian musician Dardust launches his album during the Spotify event using the SoundShirt to connect with deaf audience members in a music industry first.
The All Wah was born during Converse’s Chuck Hack sessions, Critical Mass presented the first prototype of a Chuck Taylor using a standard Wah pedal.
Fast-forward to 2016 with an innovative design and development from leading fashion and wearable technology brand CuteCircuit, the All Wah brings a new level of freedom to guitar playing.
The sole of the All Wah transforms foot movement into Wah modulation, using cutting-edge micro-sensor technology.
Move your foot as you would with a traditional Wah pedal, and the sneaker does the rest, communicates wirelessly to the Wah Box for the Wah effect. All Wah can be used in a classic stage set-up with Amp or connect to a MAC or iPhone.
CuteCircuit designs futuristic sensor-enhanced uniforms for the cabin-crew and ground-crew of British airline easyJet for their 20th anniversary.
Featuring the first ever runway show on board an aircraft!
CuteCircuit worked closely with easyJet cabin crew and engineers to analyse their everyday movements and task’s management, and design uniforms best suited to their needs.
Tina Milton, Head of Cabin Crew for easyJet, commented:
Our crew’s primary concern is for the safety of all passengers so it is really exciting to be working on this pioneering new technology which could transform the capability of our uniforms, helping crew to be more easily identified in an emergency as well as helping them to provide great service to passengers.