Wearable Electronics and Photonics

@inproceedings{Tao2005WearableEA,
  title={Wearable Electronics and Photonics},
  author={Xiao-ming Tao},
  year={2005}
}
  • X. Tao
  • Published 7 April 2005
  • Art
Electrostatically generated nanofibres for wearable electronics Electroceramic fibres and composites for intelligent apparel applications Electroactive fabrics and wearable man-machine interfaces Electromechanical properties of conductive fibres, yarns and fabrics Integration of fibre optic sensors and sensing networks into textile structures Wearable photonics based on integrative polymeric photonic fibres Communication apparel, optical fibre fabric display Wearable computing systems i… 
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