e-textiles monitors wearers motion at points-(white spots shown.)
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None of the University in INDIA is offering a degree course in:
Or "INDUSTRIAL TEXTILES".
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Computer in your HAT.
Tom Martin and his colleagues in the Virginia Tech E-Textiles Lab are attempting to develop clothes that appear and feel normal but provide sensing and computing capabilities. Because the wires and sensors in e-textiles are woven into the fabric, wearable computers can be constructed as shirts, pants, hats, gloves or any clothing items to monitor factors ranging from how fast and far a jogger is running to the blood pressure and heart rate of a cardiac patient.