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Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards

At the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award, held within Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin, the 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi.Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients.

Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
Veronika Aumann speaks next to her design group Screenstoff's textile display clothing at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
Gabriel Platt (L) demonstrates a Distance Control sexual assault jacket with built-in electrical shock for oncoming perpetrators to moderator Robert Eysoldt at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
Gabriel Platt carries a Distance Control sexual assault jacket with built-in electrical shock for oncoming perpetrators off the stage at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
Screenstoff's textile display clothing is seen at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
(L to R) Hannah Perner-Wilson of the design group Mi.Mu Team, creator of the musical gloves Gloves for Music, Julia Danckwerth of the design group Spur, creator of an app for dementia patients, and Berlin's senator for business Cornelia Yzer, stand on the stage as Perner-Wilson and Danckwerth receive their awards at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
(L to R) Hannah Perner-Wilson of the design group Mi.Mu Team, creator of the musical gloves Gloves for Music, Berlin's senator for business Cornelia Yzer, and Julia Danckwerth of the design group Spur, creator of an app for dementia patients, stand on the stage as Perner-Wilson and Danckwerth receive their awards at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)
Microsoft wearable IT fashion tech awards
Visitors listen to presentations at the Microsoft Wearable IT Fashion Tech Award during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin Spring/Summer 2016 at the Microsoft Berlin event space on July 8, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The 10,000 EUR (USD 11,000) prize for wearable technology was shared by designers Mi. Mu for its Gloves for Music project and Spur for its app for dementia patients. (Getty Images)