A new wearable tech exhibit is christening Milk Studios’ workshop MUZSE today. Entitled Adorned: The Shape of Things to Come, the show takes a look at wearable tech’s past, present and future. On display will be items from 17th century artifacts to the first noise-canceling headphones to Intel’s new MICA bracelet, which was designed in collaboration with Opening Ceremony.
“[MUZSE is] the first culture and technology platform of its kind made possible in part by the innovation and insight of its founding partner, Intel, that will allow both tech evangelists and design mavens to manifest high-performing, aesthetically driven objects designed for us to stylishly navigate our hyper-connected world,” said Mazdack Rassi, creative director at Milk Studios, in an official company statement.
Adorned: The Shape of Things to Come is open today until 7 p.m., and will be on display through Saturday, December 13 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at MUZSE on 446 West 14th Street.
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