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The Augmented World Expo hosted a fashion show around wearable tech
Along with this "orange butterfly" dress, here's also smart jewelry from FashionTEQ, which syncs with your smartphone and provides notifications of incoming calls or texts.
This model wore cards with markers on them that an iPad's camera picked up, displaying graphics on its screen.
The pink clutch worn by the woman here had speakers inside.
Of course it wouldn't be a tech wearables show without some selfies.
This model sported wireless headphones from Velodyne, because sometimes less is more.
This model wore a Narrative Clip, a tiny, life-logging camera.
The 94Fifty "smart" basketball, which has a sensor inside for tracking players' game.
Pictured here is San Francisco-based Sensoree's Neurotiq, a knitted, 3-D printed, EEG brain sensor.
Angela Dale's "Chameleon" cocktail dress, which frequently changed colors as the model strutted the runway.
Attendees were loving it.