The DareDroid is a biomechanic cocktail making dress that uses medical technology, customised hardware and human temperament to provide you with a freshly made cocktail. The human host and robotic dress work together to provide you with a cocktail in exchange for a game of "Truth or Dare". The robotic performance playfully transgresses and explores human interaction in public spaces and inverts the normal social experience by asking people to reveal personal information.
Ok, it's kind of a neat looking dress, but the pseudo-intellectual nonsense of the "statement" and the dumb performance wrapped around it -- be humiliated by a cute blonde! maybe get a drink out of it! -- are truly cringeworthy. It's a fucking automated beer-bong wrapped around a plastic dress, triggered by unpredictable sensors. And that's fine! There's nothing wrong with that! Why must you screw it up by talking?? Why??
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Also: someone recently said, "Any time you see a headline that ends with a question mark, you can be certain that the answer is no." I mention that in the context of the link you've probably been sent a hundred times from the execrable io9 with the subject, "Is the Rise of Wearable Electronics Finally Here?"