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.

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.

smart textiles glow in the dark, but click their link below to view a really interesting project about sensory clothing

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

Thermochromic dyes: 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

Nano coatings for textiles and nonwovens: The future is NOW ~ The coating is wrapped around each individual fibre, so stains and liquids cannot damage the fibres and are more easily removed. © Nanex Company

Nano coatings for textiles and nonwovens: The future is NOW

Nanex Company, a Belgian nano coating manufacturer, is helping shape the future by offering unique nano technology based solutions that transform textiles and nonwovens, giving them a whole range o…

Smart Materials - Thermochomic paint changes colour with heat

fysics-texture/tactile Smart Materials - Thermochomic paint changes colour with…

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

Woven Light: Swedish School of Textiles at Greenhouse

Woven Light: Swedish School of Textiles at Greenhouse Malin Bobeck’s Droplet

Lauren Bowker | Chameleon clothing adapts to its environment (Wired UK) the unseen | http://seetheunseen.co.uk/

Chameleon clothing adapts to its environment

Chameleon clothing adapts to its environment (Wired UK) the unseen by Lauren Bowker

Thermochromic pigment for plastic-Changing color by temperature

Thermochromic pigment for plastic-Changing color by temperature! Perfect for feeding soup to baby bears!

Powerless Illuminating Polymer Ribbon - a glow-in-the-dark ribbon that you can sew onto anything!

Example of Fabric - Powerless Illuminating Polymer Ribbon - from Chatterbox Puppets. - Visible glow for over 8 hours. Reusable for up to four years, weather resistant- requires darkness. - Also comes in tubing, or custom resin.


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