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Tyler Freeman hacked his clothes and created a jacket that transforms movement into video performance art. The VJacket senses gestures and then uses that information to create complicated visuals right from the dance floor. Filmed at Maker Faire Bay Area 2011.

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  1. AMalePoet says:

    The idea is very cool! But i wonder if an avatar of some sort could improve the look of it. The Michellen man thing doesn’t really do it for me. Then potentially your avatar could be your signature, if this form of performance becomes popular.