Microsoft's Twitter Dress Is Way More Appealing Than it Should Be

We've had meat dresses, bubble dresses, cocktail-serving dresses; so really, what's so crazy about Microsoft making a wearable, paper Twitter dress? It actually looks pretty good—sort of like a tissue paper laser fairy.

The dress uses a "corset keyboard" to project tweets onto the transparent white skirt so everyone can read them. And apparently it's made of mostly paper as a "shout out" to old school media. It won Best in Show and Best Concept at the International Symposium on Wearable Computers last month. [The Daily]