MIT Media lab biologic living sportswear. Fabrics that peels away when you're hot and sweaty.

This sportswear peels away when you're hot and sweaty

Bio Skin - heat reactive fabric with perforated triangle pattern; innovative textiles for fashion // MIT Media Lab

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 …

Liquid light, optical fiber textiles

03/05/2015 - 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.

Stone Island's Heat Reactive Jacket

Cool Wearables - Heat Reactive Jacket by Stone Island, a tracksuit top which changes colour from black to green once it has reached 27 degrees. The jacket uses crystal heat-sensitive fibres which react when heat is applied.

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.

Wearable technologies or smart textiles are of high interest among the medical community as these technologies promise to enable more accurate monitoring of patients while giving more dignity and convenience to the patients in form of discretely integrated sensors into clothing

Wearable technologies or smart textiles are of high interest among the medical community as these technologies promise to enable more accurate monitoring of patients while giving more dignity and conv(Wearable Technology)

Forster Rohner  - 2015 updates of conductive structures (LED) on textiles for apparel application     WGSN attends Techtextil Frankfurt/ 4-7 May, the international trade fair for technical textiles and non-wovens.+1600 exhibitors from 54 countries. keep tuned!

Forster Rohner - 2015 updates of conductive structures (LED) on textiles for apparel application WGSN attends Techtextil Frankfurt/ May, the international trade fair for technical textiles and exhibitors from 54 countries. keep tuned!

Sound Activated Textiles, sense and move with changes in environmental sound. Made from PVFD plastic, pins, and underlying electronics.

YING GAO - Sound Activated Textiles, sense and move with changes in environmental sound. Made from PVFD plastic, pins, and underlying electronics.

Iran is not a country you'd expect innovation to come from. This Iranian apparently invented a smart textile that senses glucose level, heart rhythm, respiration rate, temperature, activity, posture and brain activity... Not sure if it needs to be fitted to a head for that. But hats of if this all works.

This Iranian invented a smart textile that senses glucose level, heart rhythm…

Philips Luminous textiles is a company who focus on creating garments which have similar "sensitive" qualities as human skin. ‘Bubelle’, is a delicate ‘bubble’ dress illuminated by patterns that changed dependent on skin contact. 'Bubelle' was developed as part of the SKIN research project which looks into emotional sensing and explores technologies that are ’sensitive’ rather than ‘intelligent’

This year's emotional icon to remember is Phillips' Bubelle, the emotional sensing prototype dress. Bubelle has landed on Time's Best Inventions Of The Year list. The color changing dress is one of two Philips' SKIN Probes

Woven Light: Swedish School of Textiles at Greenhouse   via: Design Milk

Woven Light: Swedish School of Textiles at Greenhouse

Interactive felted textile - Felted capacitive sensors + piano arduino code (lilypad arduino). Project for MIT New Textiles

Interactive felted textile: felted capacitive sensors used with Arduino. You could control the Arduino with a Raspberry Pi.

Lauren Bowker  Vêtment qui change de couleur en fonction de l'environnement

This incredible clothing changes colour under light

3D printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fullest.

3D Printed Fabrics - Tessa's Weekly Picks

printed fabrics are becoming more and more intricate, flexible and compatible with the body and its movement. Here are a few examples using the technology to it’s fulle

What Is The Future Of Fabric? These Smart Textiles Will Blow Your Mind

What Is The Future Of Fabric? These Smart Textiles Will Blow Your Mind

Aoife Wullur's e-textiles, reconfigurable LEDs

{E-Textiles} Shades of Light's reconfigurable light textiles make e-textiles look effortless

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