Embroidered Touch | Life Space

Anke Loh (DE)

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Linz, In Kepler's Gardens

The concept of Embroidered Touch was first researched by Lohand an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers. It is a touch-sensitive embroidery dress that responds to touch. The wearer can trigger an output by running their fingers through the colorful conductive threads. The Embroidered Touch project is a further development of the previous research conducted by Loh that aims to take touch-sensitive textiles to the next level. This collaborative research will introduce new design concepts by interlacing conductive yarns that act as conductive tracks capable of sensing changes in touch, temperature and other stimuli.