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Japanese ‘smart clothing’ uses nanofibers to monitor your heart-rate (video)

30
Jan
2014

Japanese mobile carrier NTT Docomo and materials developer Toray have been working on joint projects for a while and now theyre publicly announcing one. Welcome Hitoe (Japanese for one layer), cloth that contains Torays nanofibers that are coated in a transmittable layer. Its not the orange cloth (thats just standard material), but the nicotine-patch sized square you attach to it that does the sensing.

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