Linda Worbin has been described as the creator of smart textiles. A graduate from Swedish School of Textiles in Boras, Sweden. She recently has been experimenting with smart and interactive textiles. This has involved amazing "thermo chromic textile displays to electroluminescent pillows and textiles" as shown above.
Smart textiles Heat Reactive Jacket by Stone Island, a tracksuit top which changes colour from black to green/ blue once it has reached 27 degrees. The fabric that is cotton nylon with thermosentive liquid crystals that react to heat.
Dis.appear is a wearable technology project designed by Theresa Lusser that blends its wearer into the illuminated evening landscape of the city. The coat illuminates when the wearer pauses and disappears when the he begins to walk again. An integrated accelerometer activates the LEDs, and the brightness is controlled by two light sensors