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Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
Smart fabrics by upplanchi radhika
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  • 1. By Radhika DCS-07
  • 2. Contents • Smart Fabrics • Smart Fabrics in Electronics • Smart Fabric heater • Wireless Fabric Keyboard • Wearable Electronic Textiles • Sun Protective Clothing • PressureSensors • SmartShirtArchitecture • Computersdevelopment • Computercomfort • Intelligenttextiles • Characteristics of Smart Fibers • Futuristic Fashions • Merits and Demerits of Smart Fabric
  • 3.  Smart fabric is a phenomenon that entails merging computer components seamlessly into ordinary clothing.  manufacturers use various conductive textiles, data and power distribution as well as sensing circuitry. There are various techniques used to build circuits from commercially available fabrics, yarns, fasteners and components. Smart fabrics are fabrics that can change or react automatically to their surroundings. These response could be thermal, chemical, mechanical, electric, magnetic or from other source. Smart fabrics are being developed by scientist not only keep you warm but also cool, dry, moisturised and free of bacteria, odour and stains while measuring your heart rate. These components may range from microcontrollers to sensors and actuators. Smart Fabrics
  • 4. Artificial Horizon.  Direction Finding Low Radar Cross Section Antenna systems. Smart Fabrics in Electronics Collapsible Impulse Radiating Antenna.
  • 5. Smart Fabric heater works on demand - heating is activated under pressure
  • 6. Wireless Fabric Keyboard • The Wireless Fabric Keyboard provides a 63-key QWERTY layout and has a footprint of 306mm. • The only control is a power on/off button. • First we have to press quite hard on the slightly raised 'keys' to get a result, which is signalled by an audible click. • battery life -10 hours.
  • 7. Wearable Electronic Textiles  Wearable electronic textiles are often controlled by soft switches which are sewn into products using printing, coating and embroidery.  Switches are washable and durable.  It will eventually be incorporated into interior textiles to control lighting, appliances, TVs and stereos.  They can be used to dial telephones, pager messages and control music from MP3 players.
  • 8. Music jacket
  • 9. Sun Protective Clothing  Sun protective clothing is clothing specifically designed for sun protection and is produced from a fabric rated for its level of ultraviolet (UV) protection.  This technique is often used as swimwear for children.  some textiles and fabrics employed in the use of sun protective clothing may be pre-treated with UV inhibiting ingredients during manufacture to enhance their UV blocking capacity.  Some hats and umbrellas, particularly for children may also use this technique.
  • 10. Pressure Sensors A pressure sensor measures pressure, typically of gases or liquids  Pressure is an expression of the force required to stop a fluid from expanding, and is usually stated in terms of force per unit area Pressure sensors are used for control and monitoring in thousands of everyday applications.  Pressure sensors can also be used to indirectly measure other variables such as fluid/gas flow, speed, water level, and altitude. Pressure sensors can vary drastically in technology, design, performance, application suitability and cost.
  • 11. Smart Shirt Architecture  Electronic devices  Heart rate  Breathing  Body temperature  Electrocardiogram  Voice Weave with optical fibers net
  • 12. Computers development Past times Today reality
  • 13. Computer comfort Hard computers  hard  stiff  thick Textile computers soft flexible thin
  • 14. Intelligent textiles  Sensitive to external fields (ph, radiation, electric, magnetic, mechanical fields). PASIVE  Changing properties (usually form) as response to external field changes ACTIVE electrochromic photochromic
  • 15. Characteristics of Smart Fibers Light Durable Washable Versatile Blend with human tissue Communicate,Locate and Monitor
  • 16. Light  thus portable  Soft  Upto 0.6mm thick  Powered by  Parent device  Mobile technology cells  Luminous fibres  Human muscle movt  Flexible  Some are 100% fabric  No wires/lumps  ’foldable’, ’creasable’
  • 17. Durable  Can be crumpled /compressed (driven over)  Pierce resistant  Water proof  Can handle extreme conditions
  • 18. Washable  Dry cleanable  Applicable in various garments  Nylon  Denim  Wool  Silicon  Cotton  Polyester  Plastics
  • 19. Versatile  Enables the creation of touchpads  with any number of controls  In any layout  Supports gesture controls  & Scroll functions  Lit fabrics  256 spectrum of colors
  • 20. Blend with human tissue  BCI(Brain Computer Interface)  A brain–computer interface (BCI), often called a mind- machine interface (MMI)  BCIs are often directed at assisting, augmenting, or repairing human cognitive or sensory-motor functions.
  • 21. Communicate, Locate & Monitor  Army, Police, disaster response units  Communication systems  GPS systems  Monitoring systems  Exoskeleton  Giving more stability  Increase power by 25 – 35%  Carry wounded soldier  Platform for more/heavier weapons  Enhanced armours  Lighter  stronger
  • 22. Futuristic fashions  Clothing  Carnivore  Concerts  Personal accessories  Purses  Bags...  Furniture  Loose covers  Security & emergency  Rd construction  Police, fire brigaders, paramedics...
  • 23. Merits of smart fabrics  Integratable with fabric/human body  Cotton, Polyester, Nylon, etc  Washable  BCIs & Exoskeletons  Color change  Set to display the 256 spectrum  Seeable from a distant  Police & emergency services  Construction
  • 24. Tracking/communication systems  Army, police etc  wildlife  Monitoring systems  Army  Patients  Space explorers & tourists  Wildlife
  • 25. Demerits of Smart Fabrics  Some of the demerits are as follows  Charged & recharged  Bulky  yet to be commercially realised  Need a battery pack  Expensive  BCI

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