13 Jun '15, 6pm

Google and Levi are turning clothing into touchscreens

Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects is developing a smart fabric called Jacquard, which has the potential to turn your shirt into a touchscreen. The fabric will look and feel like your typical garment, but it will enable you to interact with your devices. Google is teaming up with Levi’s to bring the idea to your closet.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/google-and-levi-are-turning-clothing...

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