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By-Wire.Net Marina Toeters designer, innovative fashion, research, collaboration projects, freelance intermediary, fashion companies, creates concepts, presentations, brainstorm sessions, garments, new applications loves to expand innovative fashion by sharing knowledge. It will continue researching and collaboration projects. As freelance intermediary Marina Toeters works for fashion and technical companies; creates concepts, presentations, brainstorm sessions and garments for example for technical companies which are looking for new application for their materials or advises designers interested in process innovation.
E-ink (E-ink) MIT Media Lab, digital technology, rollable, flexible, electronic paper display, High resolution products, long battery life, flexible, innovation, thin light form, product, thin, light, revolutionary electronic ink
Founded in 1997 based on research started at the MIT Media Lab, E Ink Corporation is the leading supplier of electronic paper display (EPD) technologies. Products made with E Ink's revolutionary electronic ink possess a paper-like high contrast appearance, ultra-low power consumption and a thin, light form. E Ink's technology is ideal for many consumer and industrial applications spanning handheld devices, watches, clocks and public information and promotional signs. Future technology developments will enable many new applications through ultra-thin, lightweight, rugged, flexible, full color displays.
Fabrican (Fabrican Ltd.) spray-on, company, research, science, design, manufacturer
Our technology can be used across many industries, positively impacting the lives of millions of people as well as the environment. From Spray-on clothes, to Spray-on medicine patches, to Spray-on hygiene wipes, to Spray-on pollutant removal (plus many more uses!), Fabrican is developing products with real benefits. Fabrican Ltd. is a company exploiting inter-disciplinary research which links the subjects of science and design. Our team is dedicated to meeting the needs of consumers with creative ideas and innovative products, through the development of new applications for Spray-on Fabric technology.
Interactive Wear (Interactive Wear) Solar and other mobile power systems, Garment heating systems, Entertainment and communication systems, new applications, innovative products, garment industry, solutions, Electronics textiles, collaborations, research, company, Lighting solutions, Textile interconnection components, wearable electronics, sports, healthcare, workwear
Interactive Wear AG was founded in May 2005. The company headquarters are located in Starnberg near Munich, Germany. The company emerged from the complete acquisition of Infineon Technologies AG's wearable electronics activities.
International Conference, Ghent Universiteit Ghent-Department of Textiles 2009 new technologies, new applications, new developments, advanced fibre, International Conference, Department of Textiles, Ghent University, industries, designers, discussions, nanofibres, electrospinning, smart textiles, medical textiles, innovative advanced textiles, textile conference, safety and protective textiles, biobased textiles, nanocomposites, advanced fibre reinforced composites, artificial turf
The International Conference on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Department of Textiles at Ghent University is a comprehensive event for all fibre and textile actors. The conference will be co-organized with the International Conference on Textile and Polymer Biotechnology, two Cost Actions and several workshops. Attendees will have the opportunity to get informed on the latest research trends, and opportunities and limits of new innovations when implementing them in industry.
Marielle Leenders Marielle Leenders wearable, new applications, clothing, garments, SMA, innovations, research, shape memory textiles, designer, smart textile
Designer Mariëlle Leenders has experimented with fabric that features shape memory wire either woven into the material or added later as one or more lines of stitching. Her Moving Textiles (2000) react to differences in temperature by shrinking, creasing, changing structure or rolling up. Lines of stitching added to the basic material in certain places cause the fabric to creep up when temperatures rise.
Rubber: Fun, Fashion, Fetish Janet Bloor, John D. Sinclair 2004 rubber, new material, jewelry, images, book, new applications
Filled with specially taken images by Geraldo Somozo, these pages show us rubber toys, from Wacky Wall Walkers to the collectibles of the Auburn Rubber Company; the use of this nonslip, insulating, waterproof material in every room of the house; its eerie capacity to mimic other forms and substances; how elastic fibers, comprised of rubber filaments, helped fashion designers to realize that women are not made of rigid material; how the German jeweler Bunz combined rubber with diamonds and gold; contemporary rubber in computer keyboards and cell-phone keypads; andóas climaxóthe steamy, salacious, seductive, (and deliciously sleazy) erotic world of rubber. Over 200 color photographs.
TITV (TITV Greiz) test centre, technical labs, new applications, innovative textile products, interdisciplinary cooperation, textile research, partner for research, flexible materials, special textile, institute, Textile Microsystems Technique/Smart Textiles, info centre, functional surfaces, sport & wellness applications
As a close-to-market research organisation, the TITV Greiz is your partner for research, development, service, consulting, testing and professional training along the textile value chain. More than 50 employees develop high-tech solutions with the classic textile technology as the basis for new materials. The successful interdisciplinary cooperation with non-textile branches becomes more and more important for our institute. Especially the combination of electronics and textiles creates innovative textile products for completely new applications.