Adafruit Wearable Wednesday

This Beautiful Tech Shirt Has Touch Lights
May 25th, 2016

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PSFK Article

Hooded Garment Protects Against Pollution
April 26th, 2016

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Observer Style

This Clever, Connected Clothing Is Designed to Confront Social Issues
March 14, 2016

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2016 CeBIT at Hanover, Germany

CeBIT invited me to exhibit Bury in the Fashion Tech show at 2016 CeBIT convention in Germany.
March 14 - 18, 2016

Watch a recap on the smart fashion show on CeBIT's official website
SinoVision Interview

American Chinese media outlet, SinoVision interviewed Yuchen on her merging technology & design projects. Both Bury and Kinetic Body are featured in the interview.
August 24th, 2015

See the interview on SinoVision English Chanel
Eyebeam Sound + Textile Demo Night

Yuchen demoed her project, Bury - Adaptive Fashion at the Eyebeam Sound + Textile demo night. Bury is a prototype for how pollutiion affects our lives, and how the garment protects the wearer by using reflective fabrics to increase their visibility due to heavily polluted air. Photo by Nitcha Fame Tothong .
August 12th, 2015

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Kinetic Body at Parsons Gala

Parsons Gala is an event that celebrates the talent and work at Parsons School of Design. Yuchen exhibited her two pieces for Kinetic Body Series during this lovely night event.
April 26th, 2015. Photo by Djiun

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NYC Media Lab: Future Interfaces

NYC Media Lab and Razorfish hosted the second occasion of Future Interfaces, an evening “science fair” on the future of human-computer interaction and digital media. Yuchen has brought her project: SoundSorial to the event.
November 18th, 2014.

Imagined Body at Make: Wearables on the Runway

Invited by Matt Richardson, Yuchen demoed and exhibited Imagined Body at Make: Wearables on the Runway. Photo by Daniel Mastretta , modeled by Nour Chamoun and Carl Jadaa .
November 8th, 2014

US-China Young Maker Competition

Yuchen participated in the 2014 US-China Young Maker Competition in Lang Fang, Beijing. She collaborated with graduate students from Tongji University closely. Their project, Romu, a smart tangible navigation system has won the second place in the competition.
July, 2014

See details of the project Romu