Arduino-powered nail art comes to life in many different ways [w/video]
Bragging about designer nail art is going to be so naïve if this pop-up sensor nail art attracts women seeking something more than just a colorful nail paint. Wearable technology has influenced so many aspects of our life so why not fashion? This augmentation called Sensor Nails brings your dead nails to life by embedding sensors and electronics to put forth a very different display of wearable technology. Jenny Rodenhouse and Kristina Ortega have designed a set of touch augmentation nail attachments that give a very apt meaning to high-tech nail art.
Putting on this nail art takes around 2 hours depending on the kind of augmentation you are looking for thereafter you’ll have manage this nail art very carefully as there are wires and long extensions attached. For this nail art Arduino, piezo sensors, flex sensors and haptic feedback technology is used; making it a very high-end wearable fashion.
What’s interesting is that this mock-nail salon is sponsored by Intel. Designers are taking appointments for customers so they can drench their nails in state-of-the-art electronic nail art that is incomparable.