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‘Chameleon’ Scarf Changes Color To Suit The Mood And Setting Of Its Wearer
By Yap Yen, 25 Jun 2015
Contrary to popular belief, chameleons use their ability to change color primarily for social communication and to regulate body temperature, not solely to blend in with their surroundings.
Inspired by this fact, Neffa has created the Chameleon mood scarf, an accessory that alters itself to suit its wearer with little or no effort at all.
Made up of several separate layers, each with its own color and pattern, the layers respond to mood, light and temperature, causing the scarf to visibly change its appearance at different moments.
The black pattern is printed using thermochromic ink and responds to the wearer’s body temperature. The light green pattern uses photoluminescent ink and glows greenish blue in the dark. Lastly, the white print is made with photochromic ink which reacts to UV light, changing from white to orange in the outdoors.
Watch the video below and head over here to learn more about how the Chameleon scarf works.
[via Neffa, screen captures via Aniela Hoitink's YouTube Channel]
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