Thursday, 27 January 2022

World’s first non-wearable, digital dress sold for $9,500

Technology has progressed so much that now the world’s first digital dress, which cannot be even worn in real life and exists only online, has been sold for over $9,000 via blockchain.

Dutch startup The Fabricant, Dapper Labs and artist Johanna Jaskowska recently sold a digital, only online existent dress named Iridescence for $9,500, that too on blockchain. Since the clothing is only in digital form, the buyer can’t see it, touch it, or wear it in real world.

For making the digital dress, the creators will ‘tailor’ it for the buyer based on their picture. According to Engadget, the dress is based on 2D patterns that are used for conventional clothes and 3D design software, so that the wearer could theoretically create a real life equivalent through the digital dress.

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