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String Battery

String Battery | New technology collection | Scoop.it
In sewing, strings of various thickness and stiffness are used for piping, a type of trim inserted into a seam to define the edges or style lines of a garment or bag.
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Upgrade your iOS to tshirtOS

Upgrade your iOS to tshirtOS | New technology collection | Scoop.it
London based wearable electronic fashion brand CuteCircuit is my favorite wearable tech company. No other brand is as long in this space and is as much dedicated to wearable tech than CuteCircuit.
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eTextile

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Starlight eTextile Runner

Starlight eTextile Runner | New technology collection | Scoop.it
Dazzle your dinner guests with twinkling lights in this easy-to-weave e-textile runner.
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e-Wearable Platform

e-Wearable Platform | New technology collection | Scoop.it
Apparel fitted with sensors detecting, recording and analyzing movement, physiological data from the wearer or environmental parameters like location, moisture and temperature, light or chemical substances in the air – all these represent vital and...
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Hi-Tech Textiles at IFA

Hi-Tech Textiles at IFA | New technology collection | Scoop.it
IFA in Berlin and it’s equivalent, the CES in Las Vegas, are the must-go events of the year to check out the latest inventions and innovations in the electronic high-tech sector.
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Ruggedized Rainbow Box

Ruggedized Rainbow Box | New technology collection | Scoop.it
Nick Poole, a technologist for SparkFun Electronics, built this beautiful Arduino-powered rainbow box: Recently, I had the opportunity to see Phil Lapsley talk about his book “Exploding the Phone,” a history of phone phreaking.
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