Digital Dudz, Animated Halloween Costumes Made With Smartphones

Last year we posted about Mark Rober, a guy who had used two iPad2s to create a costume that made it look like he had a hole in his chest. Since last year, he’s been working on Digital Dudz, a line of t-shirts (and corresponding smartphone apps) that create cleverly animated Halloween costumes. In the promo video, Rober, a NASA engineer, shows how the costumes work. Basically, you pick out a t-shirt (or in the case of the open “iWound”, a latex shirt insert), cut out parts of your shirt, attach your phone to the inside of your shirt and let the animation show through the front.

How it works

iWound

images via Digital Dudz

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