20 May '16, 1pm

Fabric antennas can help #IoT or medical patient data transmission

Ohio State University researchers recently developed a new methodology for smart fabrication. The prototype could better inform medical data transmission, by support smart clothing that sends detailed information regarding healing and brain activity to doctors. (images via Ohio State University) Researchers from the Ohio State University announced the successful development of embroider circuits that will add electronic frequency to clothing – enabling some of the most precise, non-invasive athletic tracking sportswear or brain activity monitors in history. By using intricate machine embroidery, researchers were able to create embroider circuits with 0.1mm precision, a size ideal for fabric. The researchers used thread that is copper at its core, coated with silver plating, and fixed in different kinds of patterns and geometric shapes, which allow for various levels of con...

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