First of all in our daily lives technology helps through technological fashion for disease control and health-related situations.
Even more Fabrics helps with health care, self care and wellness practices for people. So they use those kinds of technological fabrics.
For example they prescribes compression sleeves for treating lymphedema. So for women they impress them by the hot rough material usually beige color. Probably it is like a band. Thus was born a mission to help women using sleeves comfortable. Certainly it is in fashion colors and many patterns.
“What LympheDivas offers, says President Josh Levin, “is the correct therapeutic compression combined with material that feels good sleeves are more like what used triathletes. That was the big change. Take what was popular and available in sports and use in the field of medicine can provide comfort and fashion and now prints a choice of ladies who are most affected by this disease. “
This company dedicates itself to create a medically accurate fashion. The lines of compression garments are available in a variety of colors and patterns of stripes-to-print leopard tattoo floral patterns etc.
“We are a young company on the block,” says Levin.
Their major competitors have been around for 100 years. So they have to innovate to compete. Originally, they only made sleeves. The therapists and nurses says that they need a glove. So they developed glove as a next product. As sleeves and gloves are seamless the therapy is accurate with the feel and comfort. Similarly it accepts dye sublimation printing. For example : the image of the sleeves ends in lace gloves.
Nowadays new products comes to market using its technology. “Companies use our fabric four colors, three temperatures that provides a visual indication of body heat into products of health care for the elderly, people in the healing process and people with chronic diseases,” says it.
Fabric for Pregnancy Women:
Researchers at Drexel University have developed a new type of knitting . Hence it revolutionize the clothing for pregnant women. It is a fabric capable of recording keystrokes Baby. Similarly it monitors uterine contractions in real time.
The invention is the product of collaboration between Dr. Owen Montgomery and Genevieve Dion. Dr. Owen is the chief of obstetrics and gynecology at Drexel College of Medicine. Genevieve Dion, the professor of fashion design and technology laboratory. Both have devised a soft fabric. The fabric manufacture of electrically conductive fibers forms a mesh are introduced.
This surface area serves as a giant tag (RFID). The fabric is passive. In other words, no need power to run or emit any electromagnetic radiation. The key operation is an algorithm capable of analyzing the electrical signals in the body. The fabric captures the signal and identify the heartbeat of the fetus and uterine contractions of the mother.
Responsible web team designs a kind of girdle.These girdle are something very desirable in certain problematic pregnancies. This fabric also could be used in other garments. The tissue tested begins this summer. If the tests are successful manufacturing could be very close.
Fabric for Sports wear:
- Sportswear made with titanium coated fibers, apparently relax muscles and reduce cramping.
- Other manufacturers are designing ski suits that incorporate GPS and GSM receivers and alarm systems.
- Shirts with integrated mobile phone.
- Mini bikinis with audio and underwear with remote physiological or medical surveillance. In particular, babies, soldiers, astronauts and the elderly who will receive the greatest benefits of this wearable technology.
- Bracelets monitor the welfare of children and elderly. It lenses incorporating music players. Shirts collect and analyze the breathing and heart rate.
- There are also garments designed to measure body temperature. Similarly stress levels in firefighters. Tiny screens that unfold in one eye and purses that remind the person, if they forgot an item at home.
- Computer Footwear, preloaded carrying user data; a simple handshake with another user suffice to exchange information.
Sponsored by Nike, the Media Lab also develops a smart shoes; its electrical system is based on very low voltage signals. They sent it through the body, a sort of Body Area Network (BAN). The shoes act as network processors and are fed partly through the energy generated by walking.
Therefore these are fashion fabrics that helps medically.