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Runaways are full of “the future of clothing,” and half the time it looks like sci-fi flick costume leftovers glued together in hasily assembled modernism. Architect and interaction designer Behnaz Farahi’s 3D-printed vest, on the other hand, is futuristic like you’ve never seen before. Thanks to an eye-tracking camera, this article of clothing can give the cold shoulder without moving a shoulder (or any other body part, for that matter). “Inspired by involuntary biological responses like pupil dilation, yawning, and the chills,” the piece just reads its wearer and acts accordingly.

[via Wired]