When it comes to fashion, it is far from futuristic. Rightfully, it need not be, but that’s not what sci-fi novels and movies have thought us. Truth be told, we don’t even have a clear concept of what constitutes to futuristic fashion. Perhaps, a dress that displays tweets, or one that, for some reasons, turn more and more transparent when mobile data is collected, qualifies as fashion of the future? Whatever it is, we bet these Lighted LED lashes will be more than fitting for the future and the good news for all fashion futurists, the future is now.

f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes

Developed by duo Tien Pham and Davey Taylor, these flashing LED lashes called f.lashes adheres to your eyelids using your favorite lash adhesive and have super thin, hardly visible wires routed to the back where a controller is. The controller sticks on the back of your head, hidden under a wig which we assume you will be putting on for an out-of-this-world getup. The controller runs on a coin battery and boasts a responsive motion sensor programmed with several unique light effects. So yes, this means, the LEDs display a variety of light shows depending how you move your head.

f.lashes started out as a fun projected that mere lights up, but it has since evolved into light show which you can wear on your eyelids. They are weather resistant and totally reusable so your 40 dollars future-forward fashion investment won’t go to waste. You can find f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes on Kickstarter. The campaign has 29 more days on the calendar and it is less than a thousand short of being funded, and so, it is extremely likely you will see lighted eyes in clubs not too far into the future. Catch the pitch video after a few more looks.

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f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes

f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes

f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes

f.lashes Interactive LED Eye Lashes

Images courtesy of f.lashes.

Published by Mike chua

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