This category lists articles, technical information and scientific papers about the research into, and the development and applications of conductive textiles and nonwovens.
  • "Smart'' Clothing Paper presenting a framework for interacting with external processes through the development of a utility for person-worn computing as an alternative to desktop and portable computers. Author: Steve Mann.
  • A New Approach to Obtain Data About the Charge Decay in Samples of Textiles for ESD Garments Technical paper presenting the results of research concerning a special charge decay characterisation of carefully tribocharged samples of composite textiles. Authors: G. Coletti and others.
  • A New Route Through Wearable Interfaces for Healthcare Overview of ongoing European projects aimed at the development of textile based wearable interfaces for healthcare applications with integrated fabric sensors for physiological signals. Authors: Giannicola Loriga and others.
  • A Service Backplane for E-Textile Applications Technical paper, describing fault tolerance, physical configuration and processing element selection as the three services primarily affected by the e-textile design space, based on an analysis of different case studies. Authors: Mark Jones, Tom Martin and Zahi Nakad.
  • A Textile Based Capacitive Pressure Sensor Technical paper introducing an approach for decoding the pressure information exerted over a broad piece of fabric by means of capacitive sensing. Authors: M. Sergio and others.
  • Ambient Intelligence Visions and Achievements: Linking Abstract Ideas to Real-World Concepts Article reflecting the issues discused at the Special Session on Ambient Intelligence Visions and Achievements, bringing together the European Union's view on information technology, specifically novel computing substrates based on electronic textiles. Authors: Menno Lindwer and others.
  • An E-Textile System for Motion Analysis Technical paper about electronic textiles as home health care devices which integrate into the wearer's everyday lifestyle, presenting an inexpensive design approach usable with elderly people. Authors: Josh Edmison and others.
  • Analysing the Use of E-Textiles to Improve Application Performance Technical paper presenting a methodology based on simulation and physical experimentation for quantifying energy consumption and hardware cost savings of e-textiles. Authors: Mark Jones and others.
  • Architectures for E-Textiles Doctor of Philosophy dissertation focusing on defining the architecture and networking scheme of electronic textiles, the creation of a simulation environment, and the implementation of hardware prototypes. Author: Zahi S. Nakad.
  • Body Sensor Network based on Soft Polymer Sensors and Wireless Communications Technical paper presenting a comparison between established non-wearable systems and a novel prototype polymer fiber based wearable device for monitoring breathing frequency in healthcare applications. Authors: Sarah Brady and others.
  • Challenges and Opportunities in Electronic Textiles Modeling and Optimization Technical paper addressing the emerging field of research that combines the strengths and capabilities of electronic and textile technologies, and illustrates the challenges imposed by their modeling and optimization methodology. Authors: Diana Marculescu and others.
  • Clevertex. Part I Report on the state of the art of smart textiles in 2005, including descriptions of the materials, applications and prototypes existing at the time. Part of a preparatory study for an European Commission funded development program aimed at the electronic textile industry.
  • Clevertex. Part II Socio-economic study of the European clothing and textile industry, and an analysis of the social needs and trends which will influence the development of intelligent textiles. Part of a preparatory study for an European Commission funded development program aimed at the electronic textile industry.
  • Clevertex. Part III First part of a Delphi feasibility study for the development of the smart textile industry, describing the methodology, organization and results of a first round survey. Part of a preparatory study for an European Commission funded development program aimed at the electronic textile industry.
  • Clevertex. Part IV Second part of a Delphi feasibility study for the development of the smart textile industry, providing a statistical analysis of the results of the second survey and a review of key conclusions. Part of a preparatory study for an European Commission funded development program aimed at the electronic textile industry.
  • Clevertex. Part V Scenario studies based on surveys aimed at analysing the European electronic textile industry, providing concrete examples of future potential applications of smart textiles. Part of a preparatory study for an European Commission funded development program aimed at the electronic textile industry.
  • Clothing that Changes Colour to Match Your Mood Short article about intelligent fibers, and interactive or smart textile technologies for biomedical and military applications, and their future use in fashion and clothing. From Express Textile.
  • Communications in Electronic Textile Systems Technical paper about the communication requirements between the computing and sensing elements of e-textiles, and a presentation of a new algorithm based on token grid systems. Authors: Z. Nakad and others.
  • Computational Clothing and Accessories Technical paper about the development of clothing and clothing accessories which act as stand-alone computers, able to process, store, retrieve and send information. Authors: Woodrow Barfield and others.
  • Conductive, Sensorial and Luminescent Features in Textile Structures Review of the current state of techniques and actual developments in the field of conductive and computational textiles, and a discussion of their functional properties. Technical paper presented at the IFAW 2006. Authors: U. Meuhring.
  • Current Distribution Modelling of Electroconductive Fabrics Technical paper investigating the distribution of electrical current within woven electroconductive textile fabrics. Authors: Jedrzej Banaszczyk and others.
  • Design of E-Textiles for Acoustic Applications Master of Science thesis focusing on the design of electronic textiles for acoustic signal processing applications, and presenting the design process and performance analysis of a large-scale beamforming fabric and a speech processing vest. Author: Ravi R. Shenoy.
  • E-Broidery: Design and Fabrication of Textile-Based Computing Technical paper describing the patterning of conductive textiles by numerically controlled sewing or weaving processes as a means of creating computationally active textiles. Authors: E.R. Post and others.
  • e-TAGs: E-Textile Attached Gadgets Technical paper describing the design and implementation issues involved in the development of electronic textile components, as well as the system architecture, connection techniques, communication alternatives, and experiences from the construction of a prototype wearable e-textile with multiple e-TAGs. Authors: David I. Lehn and others.
  • Electroactive Fabrics for Distributed, Conformable and Interactive Systems Technical paper about the monitoring of body kinematics, and the analysis of human postures and gestures by using strain gage sensors woven into textile fabrics developed to create wearable clothing based systems. Authors: D. de Rossi and others.
  • Electronic Textiles for Autonomous Location Awareness Master of Science thesis describing an autonomous, wearable electronic textile location awareness system able to determine a user's location within a building. Author: Madhup Chandra.
  • Electronic Textiles for Motion Analysis Master of Science thesis presenting the design of a simulation environment for wearable electronic textile systems for medical purposes, and demonstrating the use of the simulation via a prototype pair of e-textile pants. Author: Joshua N. Edmison.
  • Electronic Textiles: A Platform for Pervasive Computing Includes technical article presenting an overview of current efforts and challenges in the development of electronic textiles, and a discussion about possible venues and opportunities for future research. Authors: Werner Weber and others.
  • Fiber Bragg Sensor Interrogator Based Macrobending Technical paper presenting a novel low-cost fiber based interrogator system for fiber optic Bragg sensors for strain measurement, tested in a textile platform designed for wearable devices. Authors: S.M.B. Correia and others.
  • Fiber Computing Technical paper describing a potential physical layer for wearable computing, defined by the fabrication of transistors onto fibers and their integration into textile fabrics. Authors: Ozan Cakmakci and others.
  • Functional Fabric with Embedded Nanotube Actuators and Sensors Includes paper about a new seed-level project of the US National Textile Center, proposing the development of next-generation electronic textile fabrics utilizing single-walled carbon nanotube (CNT) composites. Project leader: Prof. Nader Jalili.
  • Georgia Tech Wearable Motherboard Description of the development, application and impact of a patented computing t-shirt for military uses, developed by the Georgia Tech University.
  • Integrated Microelectronics for Smart Textiles Introduction to wearable electronic textile technology and its potential applications, and descriptions of conductive fibers and interconnect technologies. Author: Friedrich Gustav Wachter.
  • Intelligent Textiles, Soft Products Technical paper providing an overview of material alternatives and properties available to designers of electronic textiles, and the advantages of incorporating electronic and interactive textiles in human clothing. Authors: André Norstebo.
  • Interactive Electronic Textile Development Technical paper examining the strengths and limitations of potential supporting technologies for the development of interactive electronic textiles. Authors: D. Meoli and T. May-Plumlee.
  • Micromachine Based Fabric Formation Systems Technical paper describing a National Textile Center research project aimed at developing fundamentally new approaches for the processing of fibers into textile structures using microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) technology.
  • Modeling, Analysis and Self-Management of Electronic Textiles Technical paper presenting a detailed analysis of two techniques for adapting applications to the error prone electronic textile hardware substrate. Authors: Phillip Stanley-Marbell.
  • Modeling and Simulating Electronic Textile Applications Technical paper about the development of a simulation environment for electronic textiles, enabling the modelling of a diverse range of areas related to the design of e-textiles. Authors: Thomas Martin and others.
  • Modeling of Power Consumption and Fault Tolerance for Electronic Textiles Master of Science thesis focused on research aimed at creating simulation models for power consumption and fault behaviour of electronic textile applications, and presenting simulation results of the performance of an acoustic beamforming textile in the presence and absence of faults to explore battery life and fault tolerance. Author: Tanwir Sheikh.
  • Organic Transistors on Fiber: A First Step Towards Electronic Textiles Technical paper presnting the possibility of forming flexible transistors directly on fibers without resorting to conventional lithography techniques. Authors: Josephine B. Lee and Vivel Subramanian.
  • PadNET: Wearable Physical Activity Detection Network Technical paper describing a low power, distributed platform that combines a wide range of different sensors in a wearable, hierarchical network. Author: Holger Junker and others.
  • Potential Space Applications for Body-Centric Wireless and E-Textile Antennas Technical paper, exploring the possibilities of electronic textile materials for the development of antenna systems for use in space environments. Authors: T.F. Kennedy and others.
  • Preparation of Electroconductive Textiles Based on a Modular Templating Process Technical paper presenting the development of a novel method for the preparation of electroconductive textiles which allows for the more seamless integration of the electronic functionality. Authors: Sayed A. Ashraf and others.
  • Printing Electronic Circuits onto Nonwoven Conformal Fabrics Using Conductive Inks and Intelligent Control Research project of the National Textile Center (NTC), investigating the screen printing of transmission lines into a variety of nonwoven substrates using different condustive inks for durable and wearable electronic textile applications.
  • Real-Time Visualization of Woven Textiles Technical paper presenting a new technique for visualizing woven textiles in real time by employing the multi-texturizing approach. Authors: N. Adabala and others.
  • sEMG Measuring by Garments Technical paper, presenting recent developments of incorporating disposable metallic surface electromyography electrodes (sEMG) into garments for the monitoring and study of muscle activity. Authors: A. Sipila and others.
  • Sensing Fabrics for Monitoring Physiological and Biomechanical Variables: E-Textile Solutions Technical paper presenting an overview of the experience accumulated during the last years with implementing wearable systems for personalized health care and their evolution in time. Authors: M. Pacelli and others.
  • Smart Clothes: The MIT Wearable Computing Web Page Introduction and resource of technical information to the field of wearable computing, including links to related sites.
  • Smart Clothing Assignment outline about the manufacture, structure, properties and applications of Georgia Tech University's "Wearable Motherboard" fabrics for commercial and military sensing and computing clothing and textiles. Author: Jee Park.
  • Smart Clothing: A New Life Overview of recent publications about smart textiles, its applications and current state of development. Authors: Paul Kiekens and others.
  • Smart Fabric, or Washable Computing Wearable computers can now merge seamlessly into ordinary clothing. Using various conductive textiles, data and power distribution as well as sensing circuitry can be incorporated directly into wash-and-wear clothing. Paper describing a number of techniques used to build circuits from commercially available fabrics, yarns, fasteners, and components to create wearable computers. Authors: Rehmi Post and Maggie Orth.
  • Smart Textiles Short description of a project within the framework of the Soldier Warrior Systems Technologies, with the aim to investigate and develop the methodology and manufacturing processes for integration of electrical and optical conductive networks, sensors and electronic devices into clothing, webbing or other textile based materials worn by soldiers.
  • Smart Textiles in Vehicles: A Foresight Technical paper describing the application possibilities of smart textiles in general, and in climate control and detection of reduced driver attention in automotive vehicles in particular. Authors: Lieva Van Langenhove and Carla Hertleer.
  • Smart Textiles: Advances in Technology Classroom presentation of the principles, technology and applications of smart textiles, by Prof. Jose E. Gonzalez.
  • Soft Computation through Conductive Textiles Technical paper outlining various methods for constructing electronic textiles and threads, as well as traditional textile construction methods as sewing, embroidery and appliqué with various conductive and active materials to create interactive fabrics. Authors: Joanna Berzowska and Marguerite Bromley.
  • Strain-Sensing Fabrics for Wearable Kinaesthetic-Like Systems Technical paper presenting a description of the polymerization process used to realize strain sensors, the characterization of strain-sensing textile fabrics, and the thermal and mechanical transduction properties of strain sensors from electroactive polymeric materials. Authors: E.P. Scilingo and others.
  • The Basic Problems of Textronics Technical paper describing the technological difficulties of integrating textile science, electronics and computer science into the new interdisciplinary branch of science designated as textronics. Authors: Krzisztof Gniotek and Izabela Krucinska.
  • The Information Curtain: Creating Digital Patterns with Dynamic Textiles Short article about the development of interactive curtains for display purposes, created with fibers which change color according to the amount of ultra-violet light it is exposed to. Author: Linda Melin.
  • Towards a Design Framework for Wearable Electronic Textiles Technical paper presenting a design framework for wearable electronic textiles, focusing on design and simulation issues that arise from the interaction of the electronic textile, the human body, and the environment. Authors: Thomas Martin and others.
  • Usability of Textile-Integrated Electrodes for EMG Measurements Technical paper describing electromyographic (EMG) monitoring of body movements, heart rate and electrical muscle activity with textile-integrated electrodes. Authors: Niina Lintu and others.
  • Using Piezoelectric Materials for Wearable Electronic Textiles Technical paper describing the desirable characteristics of piezoelectric materials for wearable e-textiles, including shape sensing, sound detection and sound emission, and a description of a prototype of a glove for user input. Authors: J. Edmison and others.
  • Wanted - A Textile Mobile Device Paper presenting the process of design and development of a three finger glove wirelessly connected to a mobile phone where the interaction takes place mainly by voice and hand gestures. Author: Lena T.H. Berglin.
  • Wearable Computing Meets Ubiquitous Computing Technical paper describing the fundamental difficulties in both the pure ubiquitous computing and pure wearable computing paradigms when applied to context-aware applications, and a proposal for the solution of such. From The Proceedings of The Third International Symposium on Wearable Computers. Authors: Bradley J. Rhodes, Nelson Minar and Josh Weaver.
  • Wearable Health Care System for Vital Signs Monitoring Technical paper presenting a novel system for continuous remote monitoring of user vital signs, where smart fibers and yarns are integrated and used as basic elements to be woven or knitted in fabric form. Author: R. Paradiso.
  • White Paper on Smart Textiles Overview of the state of the current situation in the smart textiles market, written for traditional textile companies and electronics industries. Published by Ohmatex ApS.

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