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    Flying Dresses And The Future Of Fashion

    Published on Apr 4, 2014

    From Lady Gaga to Azealia Banks, fashion tech lab Studio XO discuss bringing couture to life through technology, the future of digital skins and smart textiles, and bringing tech fashion to the masses.

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    Smart glove drone, smart clothes by TTRI

    Published on Jun 8, 2016

    Taiwan Textile Research Institude (TTRI ) shows their smart glove to control a drone, smart clothes wth smart textile marterials that are washable. The smart gloves is Gypro inside, with sensors in 3 fingers to control the Parrot drone to get up, turn left/right, forward/backward, and to get down again. With 70mAh removable battery. TTRI also shows the smart T-shirt with heart rate.sensor in the back, they also show smart clothes for policeman with LED lights on the surface.

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    Metcalf demo at Life and Robot exhibition

    Published on Aug 3, 2016

    TV personality Moe Yamaguchi tries on Metcalf, which is wearable robotic fashion made by designer Kyunkun, at the Life and Robot exhibition at Shinjuku Takashimaya Times Square department store. The event will run until Aug. 14, 2016.

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    These smart threads could save lives - Science Nation

    Published on Sep 19, 2016

    Tease: New biomedical textiles show potential of smart, human-centered service systems

    Description: Engineers are joining forces with designers, scientists and doctors at Drexel University to produce new biomedical textiles, and the resulting smart clothes are not only fashionably functional, but could also be life savers.

    With support from the National Science Foundation (NSF), electrical and computer engineer Kapil Dandekar, industrial and fashion designer Genevieve Dion, and OB-GYN Owen Montgomery are incorporating RFID technology into their “belly bands” for women with high-risk pregnancies. The band continuously tracks data and alerts the doctor’s office via the Internet should the woman start contractions. A smaller version is being created for babies at risk for sleep apnea.

    Developed at the intersection of engineering, medicine and design, these examples of new human-centered service technology show vast potential to improve healthcare.

    NSF has invested approximately $34 million in such systems in the last three years, supporting innovative new partnership projects to create service systems that are smart and human-centric.

    The research in this episode was supported by award #1430212, Wearable Smart Textiles Based on Programmable and Automated Knitting Technology for Biomedical and Sensor Actuation Applications, under the Partnerships for Innovation: Building Innovation Capacity (PFI:BIC) program.

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    Miles O'Brien, Science Nation Correspondent
    Marsha Walton, Science Nation Producer

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    BOSON: Make A Boson Dress For Your La La Land Dance

    Published on Jun 14, 2017

    Get Boson Kit for an early bird price of only $39:
    "DFRobot's BOSON Kit: Powerful Building Blocks For LEGO STEM" on Kickstarter

    DFRobot’s Boson kit is a set of modular electronic building blocks designed for young inventors, educators and tinkerers.

    The Boson kit breaks down complicated circuits into simple, functional modules that are easy to understand. The kit requires no coding or soldering and is ideal as a STEM classroom teaching tool.

    Boson modules have built-in magnets and can be used with screws, Velcro and even LEGO! Boson modules can be fixed on a wide variety of materials such as paper, wood, fabric, whiteboards or your own LEGO creations!

    Boson modules are can be upgraded with our special Intel® Curie™ module. Use this module to give your creations machine learning and pattern matching capabilities.

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