E-static Shadows is a woven electronic textile, developed by Zane Berzina, that responds to electrostatic charges. Designed with hundreds of hand-soldered LED lights, transistors and a woven electronic circuit, the expansive textile display creates "transient shadows" in areas which detects a presence of electrostatic fields, feeding on the charges created by viewers and objects.
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Intimacy by Studio Roosegaarde and V2. Called Intimacy, the garments are made of electrically-sensitive foils that become opaque or transparent according to alterations in current. Intimacy Black is made from strips of black material that turn transparent as another person gets closer, while Intimacy White varies in transparency depending on the wearer's own interactions with the dress.