Seamless is a fashion event featuring innovative and experimental works in interactive clothing and technology-based fashion taking place at Boston's Museum of Science on January 30 at 8:00 p.m. Each 'project' strives to 'seamlessly' connect technology and fashion. One of the featred items is JACKET ANTICS, by Barbara Layne. Jacket Antics is comprised of two handwoven garments that have unique texts and designs scrolling through the LED arrays woven into the backs of the fabrics. When the wearers hold hands, the LED arrays presents a third, synchronous message scrolling from one to the other in a new pattern of communication. Another creation is Layne's Tornado Dress. The fabric of the Tornado Dress features a mimaki print of a funnel cloud and tornado. Three small photocells detect ambient light and trigger a variety of flashing patterns in an LED display embroidered onto the lining of the linen dress. Intriguing to say the least. What's next?