One designer has melded technology with fashion and created a 3D-printed spider dress. Yes, the dress is as awesome as it sounds; it also isn’t a typical dress that you would expect to see at a Grammy’s Award or on a Kardashian.

Designer Anouk Wipprecht created a stunning dress, though not one made from conventional fabric. Her latest garment is made with a 3D-printed exoskeleton that almost comes to life and actually interacts with the wearer’s environment.

The dress comes with 20 sensors that monitor the wearer’s proximity to objects and other people. It also monitors the person’s stress levels. The shoulder area also comes fitted with spider-like legs; if the stress level reaches a certain threshold, the legs will be activated and move about which prompts other people to keep their distance. On the other hand, if the sensors detect calmness from the wearer, then the legs will move in a manner to beckon someone nearby to come closer.

The sensors and robotic limbs are created by Intel Edison and utilize a chip that can detect the wearer’s breathing level to monitor her level of anxiety.

For Wipprecht, who hails from the Netherlands and is a renowned fashion-tech designer, the 3D-printed spider dress is actually her second. In January of last year, she created a similar prototype. The second one, though, was modeled to look more like an alien skeleton. The sides and area below the neckline also come fitted with black, sphere-shaped LED lights that resemble a spider’s eyes. Like the legs, the lights will also react and do so by flashing when someone approaches.

The 3D-printed spider dress probably isn’t something you would encourage your daughter to wear for her prom. On the other hand, if you want to be the center of attention by wearing a dress that came straight out of a sci-fi flick, then it just might be worth checking out.