Posted by: macintoshsisters | February 13, 2008

Clothing that could power your iPod

The ultimate in power dressing has been devised by scientists: fibres built using nanotechnology that can generate electricity when they are twisted, bent and moved.

Fabrics woven from the power-packing fibres could convert fleeting movements of tents, curtains and clothes into electricity and follow in the footsteps of other energy scavenging devices coupled to the movement of the knee and to footsteps, heartbeats, and breezes.

FULL article at Telegraph UK

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