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E-CLOTH: cover yourself computers

 

Why carry electronic gadgets that can be lost or broken if you can just take the computer by yourself? Developments in the field of electronic fabric today look so promising that in the view of many analysts, by 2020, this will be the everyday clothes.
Its distinctive feature is the ability of continuous playback still images or video. The same shirt can, depending on the mood of the person to show the image of starry skies or tropical landscape. True, it can be assumed that the absolute freedom to select images on clothing can cause public outrage, so will have to adjust the range of images in law. About how the content of airtime these days.

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The first samples of this fabric were created a few years ago. In 2006, sales of “smart” sports gear company started Spyder. Because they have become smarter with inserts of electronic fabric ElekTex from British company Eleksen. The fabric is made of several layers, including an electrically conductive and shielding, and can respond to the touch of the surface. In this case, it not only records the point of touch, but the force of pressure and direction pressed. Through this, you can control your iPod, the not taking it out of his pocket, with printed on the sleeve suit symbols buttons. With these unique features, the fabric is still a cloth – it can collapse, crush or even erase.

When the e-cloth well developed, most of today’s gadgets are such as a telephone and a player can be integrated into clothing. In this case, it is enough to wave your hand to activate the mobile connection, and then talk with the microphone built-in, for example, in the lapel of his jacket. The next step could be used in conjunction with an electronic interface tissue revolutionary thought-to-speech.

In March 2008, the technology was introduced by Texas Instruments. The essence of her work is to convert the nerve impulses that are, in fact, lead to the work of the vocal cords, into digital information, such as synthesized speech. Today, this technology is primarily used to provide an opportunity to talk on the phone mute people, but its future is in no way limited.