Material studio THE UNSEEN has developed a form of ink that reacts with fluctuations in the air to change color. On the one hand, it's basically like a mood ring, but fabric. On the other hand, we're talking about clothes that will suddenly shift colors in a stiff breeze. Which is awesome.
Textile chemist Lauren Bowker develops inks that respond to various changes in the climate, giving invisible shifts in the wearer's environment a visible manifestation and giving the wearer a new look from microclimate to microclimate.