Clothing Stores Electricity To Charge Gadgets

Clothing Stores Electricity To Charge Gadgets
Innovation

Faculty at Stanford University's Department of Materials Science and Engineering are developing clothing capable of storing electricity to charge personal gadgets.

Plus Aziz
  • 23 february 2010

Faculty at Stanford University’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering are developing clothing capable of storing electricity to charge personal gadgets. The engineers have already discovered how to transform fabrics and regular paper into lightweight batteries by coating them with ink laced with microscopic tubes of carbon.

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