- It will soon be show time once again for the carnival costume made in the Advanced Textiles Research Group at... fb.me/z9IvHAgP 6 days ago
- Theodore Hughes-Riley and Tilak Dias have published details on their work on monitoring of hand-transmitted... fb.me/1Pbtd3ApO 1 week ago
- News about a new project to prevent hearing damage:... fb.me/2RGfCojB8 3 weeks ago
- Lord Earl Howe 7th and Richard Arm discussing the next chapter of ATRG research at NTU. 1 month ago
- Yesterday's Nottingham carnival featured the Advanced Textiles Research Group's dramatic carnival 'King' costume.... fb.me/8JjBMtpgp 2 months ago
Monthly Archives: July 2014
Our colleague, Richard Arm, is working with the ATRG in developing systems that combine knitted textiles with moulded silicone components. Richard (pictured) was recently nominated for an outstanding teaching award by the School of Art and Design. Advertisements
Although Anura Rathnayake has been testing his electronic yarns using the Zwick tester, he has also provided a picture of weights hung from one LED yarn to better demonstrate its continued functionality under loading (up to 5Kg).
Anura Rathnayake has been testing his illuminated yarn on the Zwick tensile tester (picture) to monitor functionality under applied loads.
An article on our new TSB funded project with Plessey Semiconductors Ltd has been published in The Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/10965547/The-car-seats-which-detect-when-drivers-are-falling-asleep.html
The Advanced Textiles Research Group is sending a delegate to the Wearable Technology UX 2014 conference in London in September. The programme includes speakers from Adidas, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Philips and Nokia: http://wearabletechnologyux.com/wearable-technology-2014-program/