The CognitiveDress is a collaboration between IBM and fashion house Marchesa, and reacts to emotions expressed on social media.
Marchesa designers team with IBM's Watson computer for a dress that will change colors in real time according to the social-media mood.
A 17th century gown excavated from a shipwreck looks like it could be put on and worn to the ball.
Nervous System's Kinematic Petals Dress can officially be custom-designed printed specifically to your body's measurements. We hope you've been saving up, though, because living in a 3D-printed future doesn't come cheap...
DARPA pitches an idea for a robotic satellite mechanic; also, you can now order the Kinematics Petals Dress, 3D-printed and custom-fit to your exact measurements.
A clever Lego builder becomes an innovative fashion designer by weaving fabric from Lego pieces.
Hanging dress pants can be frustrating. Use this clever trick to keep your dress pants on a clothes hanger and off the floor.
It's been a whole year since the Internet went berserk over the color of a simple dress. We look at why #whatcoloristhisdress is still a question worth asking.
The Korean phone makers hope that surrounding their marquee products with buzz-worthy companion products will spark a trend.
Only two-thirds of Otterbox's new Statement case is see-through on back, which gives it an interesting look.