I've just found a great online lecture with Leah Buechley in conjunction with the Stanford University Human Computer Interaction Seminar (CS547). The lecture runs at just over an hour. Computational textile ...

democratization of ubiquitous computing

Textiles

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Using conventional screen printing techniques Dai Nippon Printing in Japan have developed a way of using light emitting inks that can be printed on a range of different surfaces, including paper and fabric. The ink ...

light-emitting ink

Paper, Textiles

InnTex is doing some pretty interesting work on interactive textiles. First they developed a matrix pressure activated fabric: it uses knitted fabric for textile structure, tin copper or stainless steel/polyester for ...

EL pressure activated fabric

Conductive Materials, Textiles