Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

May 2016 - Conceptual Textiles Design - textured gloves translating human skin into material using innovative surface techniques // Renee Verhoeven

Dirt-Eating Carpet, Self-Cleaning Counters, And Living Walls: The Hacked Bacteria House | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

Dirt-Eating Carpet, Self-Cleaning Counters, And Living Walls: The Hacked Bacteria House

Dirt-Eating Carpet, Self-Cleaning Counters, And Living Walls: The Hacked Bacteria House. We don't need machines to build the automated home of the future, we can grow them right out of nature.

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

Wearable Technology World’s First Electronic Fingertip Paves Way for “Smart” Surgical Gloves

New wearable electronics could become smart surgical gloves that allow surgeons to feel and do everything using their fingertips. Such electronics could even include electronic "socks" wrapped snugly

MIT media lab's biological material. Relies on the bacillus subtilise microorganism discovered 1000 years ago by a japanese samurai. It opens and closes in the response to sweat and humidity

BioLogic material opens and closes in response to humidity

MIT Media Lab’s BioLogic material opens and closes in response to humidity.

Bare Conductive Paint used at Tasmeem 2013 - eTextiles and paper computing with Lynne Bruning at VCU Qatar and Mathaf Museum

Bare Conductive Paint used at Tasmeem 2013 - eTextiles and paper computing with Lynne Bruning at VCU Qatar and Mathaf Museum (Future Tech Pattern)

Ellen Rykkelid: Growing products

Exploration of treatments [[MORE]]The high absorbency of bacterial cellulose makes it excellent to soak with color and other liquids.

Natsai Chieza Natsai Chieza creates a new way to look at textile design while exploring new decorations for skin and creating a deep symbiosis rather than a mere coverage. Maybe In 2070 we could wear clothes that might arise from the body through tissue implants.

Natsai Chieza Natsai Chieza creates a new way to look at textile design while exploring new decorations for skin and creating a deep symbiosis rather than a mere coverage.


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