Could tomorrow's clothes morph in response to weather?

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This week Wired profiled Skylar Tibbits at MIT's Self-Assembly Lab, which is aimed at developing unique new materials that can self-assemble into useful objects like furniture or clothing.

Tibbits' work with CSAIL principal investigator Erik Demaine include clothing that would be able to morph in response to weather, as well as 3-D printed wood "robots" that respond to external cues and change shape.



Read more at Wired or BostInno.