Interactive Cloth Plays Light Shows On Each Strand [Video]

Interactive Cloth Plays Light Shows On Each Strand [Video]
technology

LightCloth is woven from diffusive optic fibers, with every strand emitting a different colored ray.

Emma Hutchings
  • 12 november 2013

LightCloth is an interactive cloth developed by the Japan Science and Technology Agency woven from optic fibers, whose every strand emits a different color of light. Using a special infrared light pen, the computer-controlled light patterns are displayed on the material, which could offer up infinite possibilities for fashion designers.

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