3D Printed soft and stretchy wearable, can be so useful in fashion, medical industry.:)
Researchers develop soft, stretchy fabric-based sensors for wearables A team of researchers at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering and the Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard University has created a highly sensitive soft capacitive sensor made of silicone and fabric that moves. Read more. Stratasys […]
Most of us love to drink Coffee. We always make instant coffee, I am not good cook:(
People have the good taste of coffee. They don’t like instant coffee. With the help of 3D Printed Coffee Grinder they can have their favorite flavor coffee at home.:)
It’s safe to say that a Venn diagram of Hackaday readers and coffee drinkers would have significant intersection, many of you will be lovers of the bean. Some of you will be happy enough with a spoonful of instant granules and a bit of boiling water, but among your number there will undoubtedly be owners…
From soccer-playing robots to a laser maze and wearable technology, the Calgary Mini Maker Faire was humming with creations from local inventors this weekend. More than 2,000 people turned out to Telus Spark to observe the variety of displays Saturday and Sunday, as part of the fourth annual local event. “We’re really excited to invite over 70 artists, engineers, makers,…
Dalit Peleg, an Israeli fashiondesigner has 3D printed entire fashion collections using small consumer 3D printers. She experimented with different printers and different materials. She realized that materials like PLA are inflexible and not suitable for use as fabric. However, she found a material FilaFlex which is flexible and strong. She 3D printed a red jacket using a Witbox3D printer and FilaFlex material. Once she figured out how to 3D print textile, she started creating full collections including shoes. She has shown that we can design our own textile and manufacture clothes from our home using 3D printing.
3D printed clothes that adapt to your body temperature and stress
According to the Chromat,” they are producing clothes that can sense a wearer’s body and environment and react accordingly. For example, the clothing can sense a wearer’s temperature, adrenaline, and stress level and adapt accordingly. The Chromat Adrenaline Dress senses the wearer’s adrenaline and knows that the wearer is threatened. The clothes react as a body is supposed to react in nature by forming an imposing shape. This behavior commonly occurs in nature but not in humans. Chromat clothing is bringing this ability back to the human body. Another clothing wonder from Chromat is the Aeros Sports Bra that senses heat and sweat in the wearer’s body and opens vents in the dress to help the body cool down.
Chromat is based in New York City and was formed by Becca McCharen in 2010. Chromat garments have been worn by Beyoncé, Madonna, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding, Kelly Rowland, Tyra Banks, Azealia Banks, Ariana Grande among others. Becca McCharen was recognized in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list of “People Who are Reinventing the World in 2014”.
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