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Old 09-08-2006, 11:26 AM   #1
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Lumalive textiles - the slighty different flexible display

A group of researchers at Philips Research have developed light-emitting textiles that can carry dynamic advertisements, graphics and constantly changing color surfaces. Dubbed "Lumalive textile products", this relatively new technology is based on flexible arrays of colored LEDs fully integrated into the fabric, without compromising the softness or flexibility of the cloth.

Thanks to MobileReader Falk "DaNDeE" who sent us this link to a YouTube flick demonstrating Philips' fashionable (or not) Lumalive textile at this year's IFA exhibit.
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Old 09-08-2006, 12:39 PM   #2
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I wonder if this stay so shiny and blinking after washing such a shirt.
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The 'tronix are removable -- but that's only mentioned way down at the end of the article.
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Larry Berkin at PalmSource had an interesting jacket at the DevCon last year... it had an attached scrolling electronic display with a controllable message. Controlled by a Palm device, I think. Very neat (when you're in a group of tech nerds, anyway!)
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