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The LED Strip Jellyfish Costume with Arduino & LPD8806 Led Strips

The LED Strip Jellyfish Costume with Arduino & LPD8806 Led Strips

▶ How To - Handweave with Conductive Thread and LEDs - YouTube

▶ How To - Handweave with Conductive Thread and LEDs - YouTube

fiber optic embroidery - onitoring a wound as it heals should get easier thanks to a new kind of optical fiber that could become a part of everyday bandages. The fiber’s coating alters in color in response to changes in acidity, a key health indicator in wounds.

fiber optic embroidery - onitoring a wound as it heals should get easier thanks to a new kind of optical fiber that could become a part of everyday bandages. The fiber’s coating alters in color in response to changes in acidity, a key health indicator in wounds.

Montreal-based designer Ying Gao used sensory technology in her dresses The interactive clothes react to a onlooker's gaze by moving and lighting up   Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2351033/The-dress-moves-look-Hi-tech-glow-dark-outfit-worlds-lightest-fabric-responds-peoples-gaze.html#ixzz2XYKHW4GP  Follow us: @MailOnline Pics on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Montreal-based designer Ying Gao used sensory technology in her dresses The interactive clothes react to a onlooker's gaze by moving and lighting up Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2351033/The-dress-moves-look-Hi-tech-glow-dark-outfit-worlds-lightest-fabric-responds-peoples-gaze.html#ixzz2XYKHW4GP Follow us: @MailOnline Pics on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

SKIN Dresses   Phillips concept  As part of SKIN, we have developed two ‘Soft Technology’ outfits to identify the future for high tech materials and Electronic Textile Development in the area’s of skin and emotional sensing.      The dresses show emotive technology and how the body and the near environment can use pattern and color change to interact and predict the emotional state.

SKIN Dresses Phillips concept As part of SKIN, we have developed two ‘Soft Technology’ outfits to identify the future for high tech materials and Electronic Textile Development in the area’s of skin and emotional sensing. The dresses show emotive technology and how the body and the near environment can use pattern and color change to interact and predict the emotional state.

Liquid light, optical fiber textiles Malin Bobeck, Textile Designer

Liquid light, optical fiber textiles Malin Bobeck, Textile Designer

Philips Research is currently showing off a their new Photonic Textiles at the IFA Consumer Electronics Fair in Berlin. The Photonic Fabric integrates flexible arrays of multicolored LEDs into the weave, allowing the fabric to give off light and display programmable patterns like text messages, without compromising the softness of the cloth.

Philips Research is currently showing off a their new Photonic Textiles at the IFA Consumer Electronics Fair in Berlin. The Photonic Fabric integrates flexible arrays of multicolored LEDs into the weave, allowing the fabric to give off light and display programmable patterns like text messages, without compromising the softness of the cloth.

The Bubelle Dress is made up of two layers, the inner layer contains biometric sensors that pick up a person’s emotions and projects them in colors onto the second layer, the outer textile.

The Bubelle Dress is made up of two layers, the inner layer contains biometric sensors that pick up a person’s emotions and projects them in colors onto the second layer, the outer textile.

...the Table’s interactive surface. The flexible fabric is illuminated by a high-resolution projector mounted above and, at first glance appears to be the type of responsive touchscreen that is now a familiar interface. However, this surface takes the touchscreen into the third dimension—the Table also responds to location, depth, and pressure when a user pushes into the fabric, adding a third level of interactivity. HUSH created the Table’s unique user experience

...the Table’s interactive surface. The flexible fabric is illuminated by a high-resolution projector mounted above and, at first glance appears to be the type of responsive touchscreen that is now a familiar interface. However, this surface takes the touchscreen into the third dimension—the Table also responds to location, depth, and pressure when a user pushes into the fabric, adding a third level of interactivity. HUSH created the Table’s unique user experience

When light hits a drop of water remarkable things can occur. It can refract through the water and form rainbows in the sky. Or it can have a mirroring effect, reflecting it back and create small spots of light. Liquid light is a series of experimental optical fiber textiles inspired by the interaction between water …

When light hits a drop of water remarkable things can occur. It can refract through the water and form rainbows in the sky. Or it can have a mirroring effect, reflecting it back and create small spots of light. Liquid light is a series of experimental optical fiber textiles inspired by the interaction between water …