Gallery: Dahea Sun’s Cabbage-Dyed Dresses Change Color to Indicate Rain’s...

Since anyone who wears the Rain Palette collection becomes an instant pH monitor, Sun designed a smartphone that allows people to scan and upload any color changes to a cloud-based database. Coupled with Global Positioning System technology, the app is able to map the crowd-sourced data to illustrate air-quality trends on a global scale.

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One Response to “Dahea Sun’s Cabbage-Dyed Dresses Change Color to Indicate Rain’s pH”

  1. Fashionotes says:

    What an amazing idea! I love the combination of fashion insight and environmental concern. Truly inspirational!

    Caitie at FASHIONOTES.com

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