Monthly Archives: December 2014

Temperature sensing yarn

Spot the electronics! Pasindu Lugoda has created an electronic temperature sensing (ETS) yarn by incorporating a thermistor chip within the fibres. Due to the minute size of the chip (500x500x1000 micrometres) it cannot be seen by the naked eye. The … Continue reading

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E-Textile Symposium

Professor Dias and Dr Cork gave keynote presentations at the E-Textile Symposium at the Auckland University of Technology in New Zealand last week. Professor Dias is shown presenting on Advanced Textiles for Wearables.

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Bloomberg video

Professor Dias believes that fibre electronics will initiate a second industrial revolution in textiles. The technology that he has developed as head of the Advanced Textiles Research Group at Nottingham Trent University is featured in a video that has just … Continue reading

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Illuminated Yarn

Anura Rathnayake has been making some new, brighter illuminated yarn with fully integrated LEDs to illustrate one of the core technologies of the Advanced Textiles Research Group. We believe that we have developed the platform technology for future electronic textiles … Continue reading

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Dilusha Rajapakse

Dilusha Rajapakse of the Advanced Textile Research Group has recently presented a paper at the “Transition: Re-thinking Textiles and Surfaces” Conference at the University of Huddersfield. The conference focused on the future of textiles within different industries and Dilusha presented … Continue reading

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