London — If privacy is more important to you than your fashion sense, this post (and clothing line) is for you. Flashy new clothes claim to “hide” you from surveillance cameras. Knitted garments use technology-derived patterns to trick AI into thinking the wearer is an animal.
Cap_able, an Italian fashion technology startup, describes its Manifesto collection as a “wearable algorithm to protect our identity.” The opposing patch) onto knit fabrics that can be used to deceive the so-called “People detector” in real time
Wearing an object woven with an image of an opponent can protect the biometrics of a person’s face. The result is that people cannot be detected. Or it might be linked to the wrong category, such as animals like dogs, zebras, or giraffes.
The garment retails for $311 for the T-shirt. The sweater is $456 and the jogging pants are $302.
Cap_able said the goal of the Manifesto Collection is to raise awareness about the right to privacy and the protection of biometric data. which they believe problems are often overlooked Despite affecting the vast majority of citizens worldwide
“Choosing what to wear is one of the first things we communicate every day. Choice can be a driver of our values,” Cap_able CEO Rachele Didero said in a statement. “In a world where data is the new oil, Cap_able addresses the issue of privacy. It opened up a discussion about the importance of preventing misuse of biometric recognition cameras. which is a problem that occurs in our daily lives more and more which involves citizens from everyone worldwide and, if ignored, may freeze privacy rights. including freedom of expression, association and free movement in the public sphere.”
Until now, opponent patches have only been printed. The patented Cap_able method allows algorithms to be integrated into the fabric to ensure a perfect fit without sacrificing performance and blendability. perfectly with the volume of the body
Cap_able claims the fabric has been tested with YOLO, the most common and fastest real-time object detection system. “Cap_able aims to change the way people look at the clothes and accessories they wear. It brings a new and deeper perspective to the fashion industry,” added Federica Busani, co-founder. too low.”
Do you think the fashion industry will be interested in this privacy-protecting clothing line? Would you wear Cap_able’s clothing if you knew you could avoid the camera? Let us know in the comments section below!
South West News Service writer Dean Murray contributed to this report.