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INTERACTIVE TEXTILES / WORKSHOP at Amor Munoz Studio in Mexico City. Shows many of the student projects.  via Vimeo  (March 2012) #class

INTERACTIVE TEXTILES / WORKSHOP at Amor Munoz Studio in Mexico City. Shows many of the student projects. via Vimeo (March 2012) #class

Liza Stark's SnapToTrace Circuit Mat on Vimeo. Modular toolkits and electronic textiles have emerged as highly effective resources to engage new audiences in computational learning (May 2011)

Liza Stark's SnapToTrace Circuit Mat on Vimeo. Modular toolkits and electronic textiles have emerged as highly effective resources to engage new audiences in computational learning (May 2011)

Point Locus by Stephanie Wiriahardja. A way finding aid designed for the visually impaired as they travel outdoors. This system will take advantage of one of the most important senses for visually impaired users: touch. Our goal is to design a product that improves the lifestyles of visually impaired people in a meaningful way. It needs to be something practical that complements their natural adaptations to their disability and extends their limitations. It will be a cost effective solution…

Point Locus by Stephanie Wiriahardja. A way finding aid designed for the visually impaired as they travel outdoors. This system will take advantage of one of the most important senses for visually impaired users: touch. Our goal is to design a product that improves the lifestyles of visually impaired people in a meaningful way. It needs to be something practical that complements their natural adaptations to their disability and extends their limitations. It will be a cost effective solution…

A team of Swiss researchers from the Technology in Textiles (TechinTex) project are working on a new type of wound dressing which can monitor the state of a wound using fiber optic threads woven into the dressing. The fibers are designed to change color in response to changes in the acidity of the wound, which is an indicator of its healing status.

A team of Swiss researchers from the Technology in Textiles (TechinTex) project are working on a new type of wound dressing which can monitor the state of a wound using fiber optic threads woven into the dressing. The fibers are designed to change color in response to changes in the acidity of the wound, which is an indicator of its healing status.

Innovative Textiles shares a fabric made of polyester and it contains luminescent fibers. It needs a small electronic driver, that can be battery powered.

Innovative Textiles shares a fabric made of polyester and it contains luminescent fibers. It needs a small electronic driver, that can be battery powered.

Want it so bad!  FP Edit: The creator reached out to me! <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO">http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO</a> here are pictures of the marvelous process. Please head over to @cambriakil and give them an upvote for their fantastic work!

Want it so bad! FP Edit: The creator reached out to me! <a rel="noreferrer nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO">http://imgur.com/a/eMSPO</a> here are pictures of the marvelous process. Please head over to @cambriakil and give them an upvote for their fantastic work!

Lynne Bruning's examples of felting with conductive thread to create electronic textiles and sensors for craft-tech and eTextile projects.  (march 2013)

Lynne Bruning's examples of felting with conductive thread to create electronic textiles and sensors for craft-tech and eTextile projects. (march 2013)

Hangy - Mobile App for Wearable Device Expression Fun with Wearable Computing!  (september 2011)

Hangy - Mobile App for Wearable Device Expression Fun with Wearable Computing! (september 2011)

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.

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.

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