Woven Fabric Batteries Will Give Rise To Discreet Wearable Tech
Chinese scientists have developed a portable power source that can be woven into materials like cotton.
Scientists at Fudan University in Shanghai have developed battery technology that can be woven into fabrics like cotton.
The researchers, Wei Wang and his colleagues, created a lithium ion battery fiber by designing and developing carbon nanotube (CNT) composite yarns that are wound around a cotton fiber. The fibers have a diameter of about 1mm and can be woven into textiles or fabrics and can be easily integrated into flexible wearable technology products.
Now Track More Ideas
- Retail Innovation Week Preview: Previous eBay Exec On How Stores Can Elevate The CX With Beautiful And Intuitive Digital Integrations
- PSFK Retail Conference Preview: How Pinterest Is Helping Retailers Design Seamless Discovery-To-Purchase Journeys, Online And Off
- Interview: How A Virtual Design Platform Helps Retailers Create Human-Focused Store Experiences
- Lowe’s Shares Transactional Data With Pinterest To Enable Tailored Content