Yarn Battery Could Power Smart Clothes and Wearables

yarn battery
Researchers in Hong Kong have created a yarn-shaped rechargeable zinc-ion battery that produces power when stretched, bent, cut, or washed with water. Researchers believe this new battery could be woven […]
To access this page, watch the live streams and videos on-demand, please register free of charge to the WT | Wearable Technologies COMMUNITY.
Previous articleKlue Announces Partnership with Stanford and Crossover Health for Its Behavior Change Tracker
Next articleScientists Develop Marine Skin Wearable to Track Underwater Creatures
Sam Draper () is Online Editor at WT | Wearable Technologies specialized in the field of sports and fitness but also passionated about any new lifestyle gadget on the market. Sam can be contacted at press(at)wearable-technologies.com.