It's fabricated using mixed media and small servo motors and
vibrating motors are embedded into a scarf. The hatching
eggs in the middle layer of scarf will be motorized with vibrator
motors and part of the scarf is connected to servo motors
to make visually based interactive movements, which will be
detected by a flex sensor on a pouch which contains chocolate.

1) Cover (before interaction): fur, metal wires.
2) Inside (after hatching): paper, glue, rubber, fur, feather, sensors
and vibrate motors.
3) Interaction medium: servo motors, sensors, Lily pad etc.



Before Interaction
Designed by Young Suk Lee


After Interaction




After Interaction


After Interaction
Before Interaction


Hatching Scarf 2013

hatch, care, reshaping, choice, positive/happy feeding,
active/constructive/selective interaction, emotional supports

Extended self, social pets, and attachment. This framework blurs
the boundary between object and self. My dress code is one way
to express self-identity in social relationships, but in some respects,
it constitutes an extended part of my being. Self-extension affords
a chance for users rethink their behavior or responsibility towards
to their own body or the life they are taking care of inside their
body (i.e., the wearable objects).
This is similar to a mother bird building a nest and hatching her
eggs their. As an example, this scarf gives input to build a nice
nest or help hatch the eggs.


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