DIGITAL STEALTH GODS
Competition: The World of Wearable Art
Project Name: Digital Stealth Gods
Description: In a parallel universe, Ancient Egyptian dynasties continue to reign into today’s Digital age.
Their applied technology for entombment has developed considerably over time.
Stealth Tech Industries won the contract to develop a Covert Entombment Security System (CESS) for the Egyptian Gods.
This is two of their latest stealth prototypes - the S1 and S2. The S1 model uses its colour, form and silent movement to avoid detection, while the S2 harnesses Faraday Cage Technology to keep identity unknown.
It’s imperative to remain undetected and undiscovered to ensure preservation.
This is an award winning costume design. It won:
Cirque Du Soleil 1 month internship at the International Headquarters in Montreal, Canada.
Wearable technology Award 2016
Second place in Open section 2016
A permanent part of the World of Wearable Art collection. It has been on display in the World of Wearable Arts Museum in Nelson, and part of an internationally travelling exhibition.
Numerous media articles, newspapers and even radio talks have acknowledged the design.
This garment was created by 3D modelling to a 3D scan model.
It was then 3D printed, and assembled within an impressively short time window.
This garment included a self balancing technology which would move forwards and backwards relative to the performers weight.
An arduino is incorporated as electronics for the visor.
Remote control ears and visor allowed the garment to conseil and reveal its face into the form of Anubis.
Photo credits: World of Wearable Arts