August 05, 2016

Smart textiles built from conductive polymers will enable built-in features, such as computing devices and multifunctional sensors, offering new possibilities for interacting with services, devices and environments. The goal in all cases will be twofold: (1) to create durable, practical and fashionable products that consumers want; and (2) to develop smart garments that can be treated in the same way and fit and feel the same as regular clothing.

Here are a few examples of current developments:

>Read the source article at Electronics Industry News & Analysis

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