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Binary surfaces is a collection of two fabrics for interior use; Unum and Nihil. Unum is a three dimensional fabric with two layers. By combining fiber optics and more traditional textile materials in a double weave , I have created a voluminous fabric that is double-sided. The light is partially hidden in the pattern and […]
messalt maryame saved to mimi
When light hits a drop of water remarkable things can occur. It can refract through the water and form rainbows in the sky. Or it can have a mirroring effect, reflecting it back and create small spots of light. Liquid light is a series of experimental optical fiber textiles inspired by the interaction between water […]
Lisa Townley saved to illumination
We don’t need machines to build the automated home of the future, we can grow them right out of nature.
MEllis saved to Technology
Pringle of Scotland has incorporated laser-sintered nylon fabric into garments in its Autumn Winter 2014 collection, shown at London Fashion Week.
Mid-Life and Menopause Magic saved to Knits
on exhibition now in new york, the experimental textile turns white in response to being touched by users, and can play back images and animations via a web interface.
Megan M McClendon saved to materials
As we talk to the label's creative director Carlo Rivetti about his colour-changing clothing, we offer you a chance to walk away with one of these sartorial bad boys
Jasni Makwana saved to PINTEREST Assignment part 1
Graphene textile offer a form of functional devices integrated into objects that are essential to humankind clothes Devices embedded in textiles
FIOSO saved to Fioso Nano Tech Pins
lesia trubat's 'E-traces' is based in capturing dance movements and transforming them into visual sensations through the use of new technologies.
Smart fabrics were initially developed for performance-enhancing purpose for professional athletes, but now their applications are expanding across
Miss B saved to Photography