New "Intimacy 2.0" Dress Turns See-Through When You're Sexually Aroused
Dutch designers have created an arousal dress that turns transparent when women are turned on.
The dress, called the "Intimacy 2.0" was invented by award-winning Dutch designer Daan Roosegaarde and is made from leather and a special smart fabric that automatically turns see-through when it detects a faster heart rate, which means that anyone wearing the dress will suddenly appear naked whenever they're excited, nervous or aroused. Sounds like just the dress you'd want to wear on a first date right?
The "peek-a-boo" dress is complete with ribbons of leather and opaque e-foils that detect the wearer's heartbeat, according to the Daily Mail. The dress also features wireless technologies, electronics, LEDS, copper and other high-tech media.
"Intimacy 2.0 is a fashion project exploring the relation between intimacy and technology," Roosegaarde said, according to the Huffington Post.
"Technology is used here not merely functional but also as a tool to create intimacy as well as privacy on a direct, personal level which in our contemporary tech society is becoming increasingly important," he added.
The futuristic, vanishing dress is currently just a prototype, and has been even been put on display in China after its designer took home the Dutch Design Award and China's Most Successful Design Award.
However, The Sun reported that for those exhibitionists eager to expose themselves to the world, Daan and his designers are currently working on a fashion version that may be soon arriving in stores near you.