Posted by Ars Technic on November 17, 2018 06:30:23 A Halloween costume has a life of its own, and this Halloween season, the internet has been full of costumes that are both funny AND sexy.
A great example of the latter is a red carpet costume that’s being made in London this week, with the help of the BBC.
The red carpet dress comes with a special “bionic arm” that’s attached to the costume, which allows it to act as a makeshift limb and has a pair of “gadgets” attached to it.
The BBC explains that the arm “helps the costume grip and move,” so the dress is able to move in all directions.
This is what it looks like when the costume is being worn.
The arm is also used for the actual lifting of the dress and the “gads” can be attached to various other gadgets in the costume.
The prosthetic arm itself, of course, is attached to a prosthetic hand that’s made of foam and the actual gadgets attached to that.
It also has a camera on it, and there are microphones attached to all of the gads, too.
The costume itself has a “special effect,” though, which is that it’s “built from 3D printed resin” and “built to fit.”
It’s actually a 3D print, so you can see how it was made, and the 3D prints that come with the costume can be printed and assembled.
The whole thing is made out of “a flexible polymer that is water-repellent and will not peel off,” and you can even buy the whole thing for £25.
The Red Carpet Fashion Show is taking place in London, starting on Saturday, November 17.
The “Halloween” theme is the reason the dress was made.
The costumes have been going around the world since last October, when the Red Carpets in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Europe held their annual Halloween costume contest.
These costumes were the winners of a competition that was given out at the Red Cars, and they were later auctioned off at the Royal Opera House, which the BBC also hosted.
The British show is also known as “Hollywood’s Greatest Show,” and is part of the British Costume Institute.
It’s the only annual competition that’s been held at the British Museum, which was originally designed by a British designer called Henry Moore.