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IDTechEx TVSmartphone controlled clothing warms up

Smartphone controlled clothing warms up

Smart, discreet and wire-free heated base layer that keeps men and women warm in all the right places while ensuring flexibility and style.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 9, 2018
Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Engineers are threading circuitry into clothes to create comfortable devices that could make electronic fashion the future of the textiles industry.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2018
IDTechEx TVE-textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger

E-textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger

Electronic textiles could allow a person to control household appliances or computers from a distance simply by touching a wristband or other item of clothing — something that could be particularly helpful for those with limited mobility. Now researchers have developed a new type of e-textile that is self-powered, highly sensitive and washable.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2018
IDTechEx TVAn elastic fiber set to revolutionize smart clothes

An elastic fiber set to revolutionize smart clothes

Scientists have found a fast and simple way to make super-elastic, multi-material, high-performance fibers. Their fibers have already been used as sensors on robotic fingers and in clothing. This breakthrough method opens the door to new kinds of smart textiles and medical implants.
Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2018
Myant & STOLL unveil the digital textile factory

Myant & STOLL unveil the digital textile factory

The Myant & STOLL collaboration revolutionizes localized production with a one-stop, virtual factory that provides solutions for R&D, design, and manufacturing at scale.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 11, 2018
Stretchable, twistable wires for wearable electronics

Stretchable, twistable wires for wearable electronics

The exercise-tracking power of a Fitbit may soon jump from your wrist and into your clothing. Researchers are seeking to embed electronics such as fitness trackers and health monitors into our shirts, hats, and shoes. But no one wants stiff copper wires or silicon transistors deforming their clothing or poking into their skin.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2018
Flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits for washable electronics

Flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits for washable electronics

New graphene printing technology can produce electronic circuits that are low-cost, flexible, highly conductive and water repellent.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2018
Innovative heat technology for Team USA 2018 Olympic parade uniforms

Innovative heat technology for Team USA 2018 Olympic parade uniforms

Ralph Lauren and the United States Olympic Committee have unveiled the opening ceremony parade uniforms for the 2018 US Olympic and Paralympic Teams, introducing a unique wearable heat concept, seamlessly integrating fashion and the latest in apparel innovation.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2017
Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart textiles and wearable electronics. The circuits were made with cheap, safe and environmentally friendly inks, and printed using conventional inkjet printing techniques.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2017
Can e-textiles take the next step towards the mass market?

Can e-textiles take the next step towards the mass market?

Over the past 20 years, e-textiles have progressed from an academic curiosity to an important technology platform generating revenue for companies globally. In particular, the industry saw strong growth for several years up to 2015, with successful launches of many new products from a series of players.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 16, 2015
New graphene-coated e-fabrics detect noxious gases

New graphene-coated e-fabrics detect noxious gases

Scientists in Korea have developed wearable, graphene-coated fabrics that can detect dangerous gases present in the air, alerting the wearer by turning on an LED light.
Printed Electronics World
Jul 9, 2018
Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Electronic wool to take wearable tech from catwalk to your wardrobe

Engineers are threading circuitry into clothes to create comfortable devices that could make electronic fashion the future of the textiles industry.
Printed Electronics World
May 29, 2018
IDTechEx TVAn elastic fiber set to revolutionize smart clothes

An elastic fiber set to revolutionize smart clothes

Scientists have found a fast and simple way to make super-elastic, multi-material, high-performance fibers. Their fibers have already been used as sensors on robotic fingers and in clothing. This breakthrough method opens the door to new kinds of smart textiles and medical implants.
Printed Electronics World
Apr 11, 2018
Stretchable, twistable wires for wearable electronics

Stretchable, twistable wires for wearable electronics

The exercise-tracking power of a Fitbit may soon jump from your wrist and into your clothing. Researchers are seeking to embed electronics such as fitness trackers and health monitors into our shirts, hats, and shoes. But no one wants stiff copper wires or silicon transistors deforming their clothing or poking into their skin.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 24, 2018
Innovative heat technology for Team USA 2018 Olympic parade uniforms

Innovative heat technology for Team USA 2018 Olympic parade uniforms

Ralph Lauren and the United States Olympic Committee have unveiled the opening ceremony parade uniforms for the 2018 US Olympic and Paralympic Teams, introducing a unique wearable heat concept, seamlessly integrating fashion and the latest in apparel innovation.
Printed Electronics World
Mar 15, 2017
Can e-textiles take the next step towards the mass market?

Can e-textiles take the next step towards the mass market?

Over the past 20 years, e-textiles have progressed from an academic curiosity to an important technology platform generating revenue for companies globally. In particular, the industry saw strong growth for several years up to 2015, with successful launches of many new products from a series of players.
Printed Electronics World
Jun 18, 2018
IDTechEx TVE-textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger

E-textiles control home appliances with the swipe of a finger

Electronic textiles could allow a person to control household appliances or computers from a distance simply by touching a wristband or other item of clothing — something that could be particularly helpful for those with limited mobility. Now researchers have developed a new type of e-textile that is self-powered, highly sensitive and washable.
Printed Electronics World
May 14, 2018
Myant & STOLL unveil the digital textile factory

Myant & STOLL unveil the digital textile factory

The Myant & STOLL collaboration revolutionizes localized production with a one-stop, virtual factory that provides solutions for R&D, design, and manufacturing at scale.
Printed Electronics World
Jan 29, 2018
Flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits for washable electronics

Flexible, water-repellent graphene circuits for washable electronics

New graphene printing technology can produce electronic circuits that are low-cost, flexible, highly conductive and water repellent.
Printed Electronics World
Nov 9, 2017
Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Researchers have successfully incorporated washable, stretchable and breathable electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new possibilities for smart textiles and wearable electronics. The circuits were made with cheap, safe and environmentally friendly inks, and printed using conventional inkjet printing techniques.
Printed Electronics World
Oct 16, 2015
New graphene-coated e-fabrics detect noxious gases

New graphene-coated e-fabrics detect noxious gases

Scientists in Korea have developed wearable, graphene-coated fabrics that can detect dangerous gases present in the air, alerting the wearer by turning on an LED light.