SensorKnits - Fabric with knitted sensors

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SensorKnits

Fabric with knitted sensors


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Try to imagine your table cloth with lighting control, or having a cute musical handbag with you wherever you go. Yes, these are possible with SensorKnits!

SensorKnits are textile sensors created on a computerized knitting machines.
-from the video

Through SensorKnits, the knit structure is carefully designed with conductive and dielectric yarns. with such properties of the yarn, the resistance of the knitted fabric can be controlled through a program. This application has proven use cases which are presented on the video below.

Watch the video to see how it works.


Link

http://tangible.media.mit.edu/project/sensorknits-architecting-textile-sensors-with-mach/



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Hi @macoolette,

Thanks for yet another hunt. I’ve reviewed and approved it. Mostly because I think this is truly innovative tech, not because it is yet another academic study.

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Thank you.

Howdy there macoolette! well that is very high tech. I mean think of the applications in the future as the develop this thing, I don't know what else they can do but I think it will be amazing and it will be interesting to see the improvements and innovations of this technology. I think it's pretty cool and a pretty good find!

Interesting to hear about this

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What's interesting about it?

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The sensorknits i mean. To reasld about the features

Beautiful post on Fabric with knitted sensors.
Informative post. thanks for share with us..

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