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Check Out This Fabric That Changes With Sound

It's even better than those color-changing shirts from the '90s.

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Chromosonic is an futuristic textile that pulses color when sound plays.

Chromosonic / Via chromosonic.tumblr.com

Invented by Hungarian textile designer Judit Eszter Karpati, the fabric is silk-screened with a dye that changes with temperature and heats up from the wires woven into it, which shapeshift the pattern.

My intention was [broadening] the field of textile craft and design, bringing together different mediums and looking for new possibilities in textile design.

Check out the pulsations below or follow the project on Tumblr.


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