SENSOREEs therapeutic biomedia is bioresponsive design for extimacy – externalized intimacy.  SENSOREEs wearables monitor physiological states and translate feelings into auditory, visual, and or tactile displays. The tangible interface offers biofeedback as well as expression to promote awareness and empathy. SENSOREE gives the body a voice, with fundamental emotive language.

SENSOREE began as Future Speculation for Healthcare from Master Thesis design research to augment Sensory Processing Disorder, a condition which ranges from ADHD to autism. The system is a feedback loop for behavior change and is applicable to many caregiver patient relationships. With global enthusiasm, we have presented works at technology and healthcare conferences, in fashion shows, museums, and future visionary platforms.  Thank you!

The next care to be taken, in respect of the Senses, is a supplying of their infirmities with Instruments, and as it were, the adding of artificial Organs to the natural… and as Glasses have highly promoted our seeing, so ‘tis not improbable, but that there may be found many mechanical inventions to improve our other senses of hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching. ~ Robert Hooke. 1665

The body reveals what words cannot. ~ Martha Graham

All ideas, all mental images, all emotions reveal themselves physically. ~ Augusto Boal

He who looks outside dreams. He who looks within awakens. ~ Jung

Intimacy is the capacity to be rather weird with someone – and the knowledge that’s OK with them. ~ Alain de Botton

 The future is intimate. We want to be closer to ourselves. ~ Kristin Neidlinger 

profileKristin Neidlinger – Biomedia designer. Founder of SENSOREE – designs therapeutic biomedia, bio-responsive fashion to promote extimacy, externalized intimacy. With a background in dance, design, and in physical therapies as a Dance Medicine Specialist​, she endeavors to craft phenomenal technology to enhance and expand physical embodiment.​

SENSOREE Therapeutic Biomedia stemmed from her masters thesis, a future speculation of healthcare to augment Sensory Processing Disorder, a condition which ranges from ADHD to autism. She is honored to have presented works at technology and healthcare conferences, in fashion shows, museums, and future visionary platforms. She has been featured as Keynote Maker at Tribeca Film Festival, with performances at TEDMED, Connected Health Symposium.



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D2W  . 3d print

Diablo Press . 2d print

Muse ™ .  Meditation Made Easy

Plug and Ware . textile sensors


Sensoree’s Latest Wearable Gives Goosebumps #WearableWednesday Adafruit

Le Weareable Fashiontech Festival se lance à Paris FASHMAG

Inflate Your Wearables Using Drone Motors and Pneumatic Air Muscles | Make:

A weekend of bio art and bio design at MUin Eindhoven (part 1) We Make Money not Art

Wear this sweater to light up the room with your mood Wired UK

GER Mood Sweater by Sensoree indicates emotions with LEDs Dezeen


NEUROTiQ – 3D Printed Headdress Monitors and Exhibits the States of the Wearer’s Brain

Make it work: what should fashion look like in the age of connected devices? Designers are embracing technology for new utilitarian couture The Verge

Designers Aim to Bring High-Tech Fashion to the Average Shopper Mashable

Feeling glum, happy, aroused? New technology can detect your mood CNN

San Francisco-based Sensoree Creates Emotive Fashion Design with Mood Sweater Architect Magazine

Top 10 Tech This Week: Mood Sweaters and a Universal Translator

LED Mood-Sweater Shows People How You Really Feel

This Sweater Changes Color Based on How You Feel TIME

Mood Sweater Allows Users To Wear Emotions On Their ‘Sleeves’ In This New Fashion Tech Accessory

The mood-sweater that means you can wear your heart on your sleeve  The Guardian

Bionic fashion: Wearable tech that will turn man into machine by 2015 | CNN Blueprint

Technology Horizons Program Institute of the Future

Futurotextiles : Le pull Mood Sweater de Kristin Neidlinger est un révélateur d’humeurs étonnant


THE FUTURE OF WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY Idea: Kristin Neidlinger | Idea Issue | Asterisk San Francisco Magazine

Crucible fashion show fires it up

Hot Couture 2013 Designer Spotlight: SENSOREE Design Lab

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Sensoree explores therapeutic bio media and body architecture

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Living Moss Shoes

Insoles from Natura range to bring nature to your feet

GER – emotional fashion

InflataCorset relaxes your heart

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