E-broidery: Design and fabrication of textile-based computing

  title={E-broidery: Design and fabrication of textile-based computing},
  author={Rehmi Post and Maggie Orth and Peter Russo and Neil Gershenfeld},
  journal={IBM Systems Journal},
Highly durable, flexible, and even washable multilayer electronic circuitry can be constructed on textile substrates, using conductive yarns and suitably packaged components. In this paper we describe the development of e-broidery (electronic embroidery, i.e., the patterning of conductive textiles by numerically controlled sewing or weaving processes) as a means of creating computationally active textiles. We compare textiles to existing flexible circuit substrates with regard to durability… CONTINUE READING
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