The M-Dress accepts a standard SIM card and allows the wearer to receive and make calls without carrying a cellular phone in their pocket or purse. Have we arrived suddenly in the Future?
The M-Dress from CuteCircuit looks like a normal black dress, but is actually a mobile phone. The M-Dress accepts a standard SIM card and allows the wearer to receive and make calls without carrying a cellular phone in their pocket or purse.
The mobile phone inside the M-Dress is supposedly made from soft circuitry. The wearer inserts their usual SIM card in the small slot underneath the label and the dress is ready to be used, having the same phone number as your usual phone. When the dress rings, the simple gesture of bringing your hand to the ear will allow the sensor to open the call and when done talking the gesture of releasing the hand downwards will close the call. Sounds like science fiction.
But The Telegraph reports that London based CuteCircuit will release the M-Dress in 2011. We will have to wait until then to see if the mobile phone dress is a reality. On suggestion to the designers, make it shorter.