Some day soon your favorite shirt could serve as an antenna for your smartphone. Armed with a sewing machine, fine silver wires, and a new patented fabrication technique, scientists at the Ohio State University have created embroidered antennas and circuits that seem destined to be a hot trend in so-called…
24,000 full-color, super-thin LEDs, 4,000 Swarovski crystals, and enough iPod batteries to keep everything glowing for about an hour. This picture doesn't do the Galaxy Dress justice, but the video comes close.
Wearable electronics aren't news, but being able to make them cheaply and easily is. Xerox has developed an ink with which you can print circuits onto plastic, film, fabric, and nearly anything you can think of.
Nokia is really getting their ass handed to them in the smartphone market, and this remote input sleeve patent hints at one way the company is thinking about the future.
It's the middle of winter in New Zealand, a perfect time for the 2006 Burton Snowboarding Championships, and what better venue for Motorola and Burton Snowboards to announce the 2007 Audex collection of wearable electronics?