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This New Fabric Will Automatically Cool You Down When You Get Hot And Sweaty

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The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times.Anyone who’s engaged in office warfare over the air conditioning can tell you that trying to keep everyone happy is impossible. But what if we all wore clothing that adjusted to us, rather than having to fiddle with the temperature dial?

A new fabric, developed by a team at the University of Maryland, is the first to automatically warm wearers up or cool them down as needed. When you’re feeling hot and sweaty—when playing sports, say— the fabric lets infrared radiation (heat, to you and me) pass through. But when you’re colder and drier, it traps the heat in.

It was created using specially-engineered yarn created with fibers made of two different synthetic materials: one that absorbs water and one that repels it. The strands are coated with carbon nanotubes. Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.


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Very thoughtful of the inventor

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Hmmmmm

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They should use it first

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Dis is amazing

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Hmmm, how nice

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Good innovation

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No be only Cool you down is ac na

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Good innovative

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See how the thing con be like material for making pant

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Beautiful

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Na wa ooo...nothing wey them no go see...AC fabric or BC rather...body conditioner

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amazing

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rebrand

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Very thoughtful of u

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Very useful

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[ @matthew8: ] The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times.Anyone who’s engaged in office warfare over the air conditioning can tell you that trying to keep everyone happy is impossible. But what if we all wore clothing that adjusted to us, rather than having to fiddle with the temperature dial?

A new fabric, developed by a team at the University of Maryland, is the first to automatically warm wearers up or cool them down as needed. When you’re feeling hot and sweaty—when playing sports, say— the fabric lets infrared radiation (heat, to you and me) pass through. But when you’re colder and drier, it traps the heat in.

It was created using specially-engineered yarn created with fibers made of two different synthetic materials: one that absorbs water and one that repels it. The strands are coated with carbon nanotubes. Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.

this is indeed technology on another level, new ac/warmer cloth...

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wow!..Mind blowing inventions.

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wow!..Mind blowing inventions

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[ @matthew8: ] The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times.Anyone who’s engaged in office warfare over the air conditioning can tell you that trying to keep everyone happy is impossible. But what if we all wore clothing that adjusted to us, rather than having to fiddle with the temperature dial?

A new fabric, developed by a team at the University of Maryland, is the first to automatically warm wearers up or cool them down as needed. When you’re feeling hot and sweaty—when playing sports, say— the fabric lets infrared radiation (heat, to you and me) pass through. But when you’re colder and drier, it traps the heat in.

It was created using specially-engineered yarn created with fibers made of two different synthetic materials: one that absorbs water and one that repels it. The strands are coated with carbon nanotubes. Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.

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Yes. This is going to be a good business. Were can I get it

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[ @aguns2001: ] Dis is amazing

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[ @agbenijohn: ] Good innovation

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This is incredible

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[ @matthew8: ] The material responds to the body’s heat and wetness to help keep us at a comfortable temperature at all times.Anyone who’s engaged in office warfare over the air conditioning can tell you that trying to keep everyone happy is impossible. But what if we all wore clothing that adjusted to us, rather than having to fiddle with the temperature dial?

A new fabric, developed by a team at the University of Maryland, is the first to automatically warm wearers up or cool them down as needed. When you’re feeling hot and sweaty—when playing sports, say— the fabric lets infrared radiation (heat, to you and me) pass through. But when you’re colder and drier, it traps the heat in.

It was created using specially-engineered yarn created with fibers made of two different synthetic materials: one that absorbs water and one that repels it. The strands are coated with carbon nanotubes. Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.

This technology is the best one in Niger

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Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.

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Wow very interesting

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is a welcome development

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Such a beautiful fabric

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More explanation

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It was created using specially-engineered yarn created with fibers made of two different synthetic materials: one that absorbs water and one that repels it. The strands are coated with carbon nanotubes. Each fiber expands or contracts when the temperature changes.

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