Project Jacquard: Interactive Digital Textiles at Scale

@article{Poupyrev2016ProjectJI,
  title={Project Jacquard: Interactive Digital Textiles at Scale},
  author={Ivan Poupyrev and Nan-Wei Gong and Shiho Fukuhara and Mustafa Emre Karagozler and Carsten Schwesig and Karen E. Robinson},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2016}
}
Project Jacquard presents manufacturing technologies that enable deploying invisible ubiquitous interactivity at scale. We propose novel interactive textile materials that can be manufactured inexpensively using existing textile weaving technology and equipment. The development of touch-sensitive textiles begins with the design and engineering of a new highly conductive yarn. The yarns and textiles can be produced by standard textile manufacturing processes and can be dyed to any color, made… 
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