Safarik Josef

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magine a fabric that will keep your body at a comfortable temperature—regardless of how hot or cold it actually is. That’s the goal of an engineering project at the University of California, San Diego, funded with a $2.6M grant from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency – Energy (ARPA-E). Wearing this smart fabric could potentially reduce heating and air conditioning bills for buildings and homes.

The named ATTACH (Adaptive Technology with Active Cooling and Heating), is led by Joseph Wang, distinguished professor of at UC San Diego. - World Association

BioPosture BioRepair Elbow Band~ Infused with new and amazing nano-sized bio-ceramic particles that emit far infrared heat for natural healing $20

BioPosture BioRepair Elbow Band~ Infused with new and amazing nano-sized bio-ceramic particles that emit far infrared heat for natural healing $20

Nanotech Clothing Warms in Winter, Cools in Summer

a jacket designed by Kranthi Kiran Vistakula that features a climate-control system that allows the user to maintain a steady temperature regardless of weather.

Combine 3D printed designs with fabric to create exciting new textiles. Learn how to print on three different kinds of fabric: power mesh, heat-sealable nylon, and cotton/poly broadcloth.

Combine printed designs with fabric to create exciting new textiles. Learn how to print on three different kinds of fabric: power mesh, heat-sealable nylon, and cotton/poly broadcloth. Maybe something for Printer Chat?

Linda Worbin is a doctoral candidate in Textiles and Interaction Design at the Swedish School of Textiles in Boras, Sweden.  For the past several years, her work has focused on smart and interactive textiles developing beautiful thermochromic textile displays to electroluminescent pillows and textiles.  You can find some of her textile experiments below. Much of her explorations use thermochromic (heat sensitive) inks to create dynamic patterns.  Textile Dimensions  Rather Boring  Grafitti…

A Toy Piano embedded on a T-shirt. It has 8 keys from Do to Do octave). You can play simple music by wearing the shirt and pushing the fabric button on the shirt.

Issey Miyake 'Bamboo Pleats' F/W 1989 Repinned by www.fashion.net

Fall 1989 Bamboo Pleats by Issey Miyake