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Energy Generating Clothing Hits Couture Status

MikeChino (1640221) writes | more than 4 years ago

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MikeChino (1640221) writes "With all of the gadgets we tote around these days, a plug-free charging solution would make a lot of sense — which is why designers are flocking to integrate energy-generating technology into a new wave of functional clothing. From awkward solar power neckties to Zegna's slick solar jacket the field has come a long way, and the latest foray of clean tech into fashion is a series of space-age kinetic-energy harvesting dresses developed by XS labs. Instead of camouflaging the power-generating mechanisms, these "Captain Electric" dresses integrate those features in a visible way."
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