This Rainbow Textile Can Power Gadgets Using The Sun And Movement

This Rainbow Textile Can Power Gadgets Using The Sun And Movement
Fashion & Apparel

The Georgia Institute of Technology has developed a fabric that harvests natural energy for smart clothes

Azalea Pena
  • 23 september 2016

Smart clothes are the future of the fashion industry. However, the big question is, where will smart clothes get the energy they need to power up gadgets? As Georgia Tech engineers have discovered, that energy can be harnessed from the sun itself as evidenced by the capabilities of a rainbow textile.

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