Fancy an accelerometer-equipped skirt?
@porsupah I had an idea a while back for a Sleeping Beauty dress that would be designed to diffuse light through out the fabric (maybe with LEDs or fiber optics) and, with the help of a gyroscope, would have the dress change colors every time the wearer twirled.
@crasher35 Ooooh, that has so many possibilities! Would have to be careful to ensure the (presumably) lightstrips didn't impede the Twirl Factor, of course - I can imagine those kinds of details could be more of a challenge than the electronics. ^_^;
@porsupah Yeah, that's why I pivoted to possibly using plastic optic fibers that could be woven into the fabric but the amount of fiber terminations you would need to properly diffuse the light could be problematic there as well.
creepy dolls, angels, christmas ornaments, christian iconography
@porsupah I'm still stuck on this but the concept made me think of those gaudy fiber optic angel tree toppers so I looked them up for reference. Now I'm thinking that maybe if I used a tulip shaped skirt hoop and lined the LEDs against that it could allow for flow while still allowing for the rigidity of the light strip and then use fiber optics to accent certain folds.
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