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ArcticTex launched its new apparel with built-in heating systems

Fabric warms up to operating temperature in just 40 seconds, ensuring heat distribution across the entire surface of the fabric.
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CARBON NANOTUBE THREAD TURNS REGULAR SHIRTS INTO HEART RATE MONITORS

The fibers use their metal-like conductivity to act as integrated electrodes and signal transmission wires
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Smart Wear that can release Heat

Smart wear provides multiple health benefits, deeply penetrating into soft tissue and loosening up sore muscles.
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ShanghaiTex2021 moves into a hybrid, online-offline trade exhibition “Textech Inno Week”

The organizer has decided to host ShanghaiTex2021 as a hybrid show branded “Textech Inno Week”, debuts November 23 to 25.
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RESEARCHERS AT NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY DEVELOP VARIABLE STIFFNESS FABRICS

The fabric could be potentially applied in the bullet-proof or stab-resistant vests, configurable medical support for the elderly, and protective exoskeletons
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Smart Shirt Powered by 5G

The shirt allows the transmission of data via 5G connection and is a fully textile-based product with no metal components that is washable and easy to use.
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NEW WEARABLE TEMPERATURE CONTROL TECHNOLOGY, RALPH LAUREN DESIGNED HIGH-TECH UNIFORMS FOR THE US OLYMPIC TEAM

Lauren used its brand-new wearable technology RL COOLING on the uniform for the opening ceremony of the US team.
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MIT DEVELOPS DIGITAL FIBERS FOR SENSING, ANALYZING, AND INFERRING ACTIVITIES

Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created the first kind of fibers with digital function, which can sense, store, analyze and infer activities after being sewn into a shirt. Digital fibers increase the possibility of fabrics to find hidden patterns in human body, which can be used for physical fitness monitoring, medical inference and early disease detection.
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WASHABLE INTELLIGENT GARMENTS CAN DETECT HUMAN HEALTH

Engineers of American Purdue University have developed a method, which can transform the existing clothes into attrition resistant clothes without using battery. The pliable and tough silk coils sewn on the textile can supply wireless powering to these intelligent clothes.
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MUSCLE FABRIC FROM KOREAN SCIENTISTS: LIFT HEAVIER OBJECTS WITH LESS FORCE

KBS World Radio said that a group of local scientists has developed a fabric that serves as an "artificial muscle", which can do more things with little effort by sticking them on clothing.