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Tufts University Bioactive Ink

Smart Fabrics With Bioactive Inks Monitor Health Of the Wearer By Changing Color

A team of researchers at Tufts University’s School of Engineering have developed biomaterial-based inks that respond to chemicals released from the body in fluids like sweat as well as other environmental elements by changing color. The inks can be screen printed onto textiles such as clothes, shoes, or even face masks in complex patterns and […]
Microsoft patent smart fabrics

Microsoft Patent Suggests it May Soon Launch Smart Fabric Products

It seems Google is about to take the lead in commercializing smart clothing and fabrics. Tech companies like Samsung and Apple are already on the smart fabric train. Now, a new patent filed by Microsoft details the company’s foray into smart fabric technology. Read more Microsoft Patents Multidimensional Heart Rate Sensor that Delivers Accurate Data […]
Dartmouth Smart fabric for athletes

Smart Fabric Helps Athletes and Physical Therapy Patients Reduce Injury and Accelerate Recovery

A team of researchers at Dartmouth College have developed a low-cost motion-sensing fabric that athletes and physical therapy patients can wear on their arm to optimize performance, reduce injury and accelerate recovery. Related New Technology Used by NFL Athletes Gives Teams and Trainers Edge in Injury Assessment The flexible fabric, which monitors joint rotation, is […]
Automatic insulating fabric

Smart Fabric Automatically Cools or Insulates Depending on Conditions

Decades of innovation in the field of fabric development failed to produce a fabric that can automatically change its insulation properties in response to the environment, for example, keeping a marathon runner cool in hot environment or an alpine skier warm in the winter. Related KJUS Develops World’s First Sweatless Ski Jacket with HYDRO_BOT Technology […]