JTST  Vol.6 No.4 , November 2020
The Liames of Dressing in the Technological Age: Human-Computer Interactions and the Wearables
Abstract: This article seeks to highlight some significant aspects that involve the cyber universe in today’s society, linking these concepts with the evolution of fashion in the technological segment, since it is understood as an object of body extension, and technologies understood as extension support for this body. Is based on a supposed premise that it is necessary to understand that, when discussing the possibilities that wearables bring, one cannot neglect the pervasive performance of these devices permanently in the coexistence between humans and technology, to the point of one day not dissociating both?
Cite this paper: Gonçalves, A.C.S., Karam, D. and Avelar, S. (2020) The Liames of Dressing in the Technological Age: Human-Computer Interactions and the Wearables. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 6, 190-199. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2020.64016.

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