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The MIDI Controller Jacket Research & Development journey.
Inside Machina's research and development road to create the first jacket that allows users to create music through motion and touch sensors.
High [G] Training 018'019
We’re suiting up tech savvy humans , people who want to take our clothing into the unknown. Pushing the technical process in both construction and function of clothing to...
Machina’s E.X.O.M. presents: CHAOS
CHAOS aims to make the public understand the extensive control possibilities that exist using Machina’s technology. Showcasing that with our wearables you can control every day surroundings and...
Machina’s MIDI Jacket Unboxing by Koka Nikoladze
Koka Nikoladze is a Georgian composer and sound artist based in Oslo. Koka is a true mastermind when it comes to creation, his lifestime passion has been music and...
NIKE Music Controller Sneaker Workshop by MACHINA
On March 24th, Nike organized Nike: ON AIR, a design workshop series hosted in major cities around the world. MACHINA designed and create a special workshop were users...
Amplifying the AirMax 270 with MACHINA’s technology to control Co2 machines.
Turning imagination into reality — Amplifying the new AirMax 270 with MACHINA’s technology to control Co2 and fog DMX machines through dance performance in real time.
MACHINA is an advanced wearable technology brand launched in 2012. Based in CA, the company is created on the belief that wearable technology will enhance our lives rather than disrupt, disconnect, and distract us by being functional, intuitive and aesthetic.
As founders, we are constantly motivated by the idea of extending the life of our products by providing our community with access to our APIs.
MACHINA creates wearable machines by seamlessly integrating fashion and technology. We provide the user with smart clothing that is completely functional, and intuitive.
We accomplish this by using an elaborate integration process, and an evidence-based design, our our own technology development called OBE and a testing process that begins by thoroughly understanding the use cases for technology, combining it with a deep understanding of the fashion industry.