Articles & Publications

Art Center, The Dot: Wearing your heart rate on your sleeve: Inside the wearable tech revolution
The Hollywood Reporter: CES Panel: Make Wearables Meaningful Or Risk Novelty
The Telegraph: Why is Wearable Technology So Damn Ugly?
Fast Company: People Are Getting Buzzed On These New Haptic Feedback Devices
The Telegraph: Why is wearable technology so damn ugly?
BusinessWeek: Wearable Tech Inspires a Shoe, Clothing Design Push
Upstart: Getting into wearable tech? Good looks required
New York Times: Gauging the Natural, and Digital, Rhythms of Life
Wall Street Journal: Edgy Gadgets at Texas Festival
JWT Intelligence: Q&A interview with Jennifer Darmour
FastCompany, Co.Design: 3 Ways to Make Wearable Tech Actually Wearable
Wall Street Journal: Edgy Gadgets at Texas Festival
CNET: When wearable computing meets the Pilates shirt
Geekwire: How technology will soon be stitched into our lives
Forbes: The Future of Fashion – Download File and Print
Engadget Distro #70 Wearable Tech Issue: Our Augmented Selves, The Promise of Wearable Computing
CNET: My Life As A Cyborg
Fast Company Design: 4 Rules For Designing Wearable Tech That People Will Actually Wear<
Wired Magazine UK Sept 2012 Issue: Smart Attire Required
Functional Aesthetics, Visions in Fashionable Technology
Is Technology Ready To Wear?
Wearable Tech: It’s about Access to Information about the Body
Art Center Dotted Line: Dressing for Access
NewWebPick issue #30
Thinkmag issue #5
Interview: Fashioning Technology
Interview: iHeartSwitch

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3 Comments

  1. Join us at SXSW to discover what’s next in Wearable Technology | Artefact
    February 25, 2013

    [...] technology, Jennifer Darmour, whose work has been featured in FastCo, CNET, ABC News, and others, will be sharing her vision for what’s next in the space.  Here’s a hint: wearable [...]

  2. Ravi Sundaram
    May 1, 2014

    Hello

    Good Day! Briefly, we are a US based startup with a patented process that can change a “traditional fabric” into a “smart fabric” where the fabric itself is the sensor. Through selective functionalization of carbon nanotubes and controlled deposition we have validated that the CNTs can fully penetrate fiber bundles giving the fabric remarkable electrical, thermal and mechanical properties. We have built prototypes that demonstrate the CNT’s nanoscale conducting network can be utilized as a sensor i.e. where the piezo resistive properties of the network can be exploited to sense deformation, temperature, electrical and other external stimuli. Our deposition and hybridization process works on any fiber substrates (natural and synthetic textile fibers, glass fiber, carbon fibers etc.) and the fabric substrate may be a non-woven, woven, knitted, braided or other similar assembly. Last but not the least the process is industrially scalable, cost effective, simple and environmentally safe. We believe we have a disruptive technology that can finally bring the promise and potential of CNT to wide array of applications. I am writing this to inquire if our nano particle deposition technology is of interest and if yes kindly contact me . Look forward to hearing from you. Thank you
    Sincerely
    Ravi Sundaram
    203-979-4667

  3. EXCLAMA Magazine
    June 4, 2014

    Good afternoon,

    First of all, I introduce my self. My name is Camila and I’m the editor of EXCLAMA Magazine; a Latin-American (from Bogotá, Colombia) contemporary culture (digital and print) magazine http://www.revistaexclama.com/

    For our innovation section of the print magazine we are writing an article about “intelligent cloths in fashion”.

    For that we’ll need, if is possible, some images in high resolution about PING.

    Let me know what do you think about this and if you can help me. We’ll be glad to talk about the PING garment.

    Thank you very much!

    Kind regards,

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