"As designers of wearable technologies, we need to step back and ask why we want our fabrics to be electronic. What kind of information processing do we want to wrap around our bodies?" -- Joanna Berzowska assistant professor of Computational Arts at Concordia University and founder of Extra Soft research studio in Montreal
Her article gives us a nice overview of the world of wearable computers and electronic textiles: http://www.xslabs.net/papers/texile05-berzowska.pdf "The goal is to achieve seamless integration of technology into the traditional textile and fashion design....Mihaly Csikzentmihalyi writes that physical artifacts help us objectify the self in three ways. They can be viewed as symbols of personal power, symbols of the continuity of the self through time, and symbols of the permanence of relationships that define the individual in a social framework (Csikszentmihalyi 1993)."
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