Responsive Clothing Adapts To Outdoor Temperatures For Optimal Comfort [Video]

Responsive Clothing Adapts To Outdoor Temperatures For Optimal Comfort [Video]

Thermoregulation properties of wool have been adapted to mimic the pores of biological skin.

Serena Chu
  • 3 march 2014

Designer Jacqueline Nanne decided to focus on what she considers the most pressing need for clothing in order to of survive in the wilderness: warmth. Her experimental project, Adaptive Survival Clothing, adapted the thermoregulation properties of wool and turned them into a sensible textile that can eliminate the need to change clothes in different seasons.

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