Invent clothes that talk to each other
California: The day is not far when clothes will talk to each other in a formal way. In this regard, Irwin University of California has created a dress that exchanges information with each other in the process of shaking hands and clapping.
Peter Singh and Aamir Hussaini Agha Jani have jointly performed the feat of talkative clothes. It is made up of metamaterials and exchanges information and data via wireless.
Wireless-style Nearfield Communication (NFC) technology is now commonplace, allowing wireless communication from a few inches to four feet (120 cm). The same technology has been incorporated into clothing.
In this way we are using near field communication in the process of opening the door with the card, paying with the smartphone. But now, with the same technology, we can increase the range, says Pattersing, the inventor of the garment.
This means that it is now possible to have the phone in the pocket and by rubbing the sleeve with the other sleeve, the phone information, business card and other data can be transmitted to another person in seconds.
Earlier, Nearfield garments were made, but one of them was that the whole garment required a mesh of wire and thus the movement was limited and the garment became uncomfortable. However, the new battery-free garment was made of copper. And a thin sheet of aluminum that receives signals from magnetic induction. In this way, it is possible to convey the message from flexible and comfortable clothing to other clothing.
This dress can be worn by patients in the hospital and various sensors can be fitted in it and doctors can take continuous medical data from them. Two stranger friends can shake hands and exchange business and information. In the same way, it will be easier to open the car with the clothes and lock the house.
According to Aamir, it is very easy to make their clothes on commercial basis and less expensive but also high fashion and design clothes can be made.