The 3D-printed clothing that reacts to your environment
3 August 2016 Last updated at 09:06 BST
Imagine if your clothes became an extension of your skin able to respond to the environment around you.
Behnaz Farahi, an architect and interaction designer at the University of Southern California has created a 3D-printed garment, Caress of the Gaze, which detects when you are being stared at and moves in response.
Another creation, Synapse, is a 3D-printed helmet which moves and illuminates in response to the wearer's brain activity.
BBC Click's Spencer Kelly went to find out more about the art of 3D-printed wearable technology.