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In addition, the presented works of students of the University of Applied Science Niederrhein showed a high level throughout. After braiders and rope-makers had met on the first day, the manufacturers of narrow fabrics gathered together on the second day. Anne Schwarz-Pfeiffer again composed an exciting program. Components and interconnections are intrinsic to the fabric and thus are less visible and not susceptible to becoming tangled together or snagged by the surroundings.

Author is associated with Narrow Fabrics

This cloth is light in weight, wearable and washable. This electronic textile can observe your movements that include walking, running, sitting or standing.

Author is associated with Narrow Fabrics Manufacturers. This smart fabric can be wore around the neck. An e-textile can be worn in everyday situations where currently available wearable computers would hinder the user.

These electronics are woven into the fabric to make e textile wearable. The e-textile is called Hokie Suit and has the capability of detecting any change in the direction and speed of motion of a person as it has interwoven wires and sensors. Electronic textiles or more often called e textiles are the textiles that have electronics and interconnections. In complementary presentations of machine manufactures the enormous range of potentials became obvious. This is the patented accomplishment of Eleksen.

This smart fabric can be wore

Electronic textile webbings are used extensively to transfer data, power and as input device. This e textile has been developed by Foster Miller Inc in combination with Chester. The data collected by sensors can then be transferred to computers to monitor your health during movements.