Flexible conductive fibers developed by researchers at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University can cool and contract without producing stress cracks, permitting them to be woven into cotton clothing.
Prototypes made with the fiber, which can stretch up to 10 kilometers, include a hat that can sense when traffic lights change color and notify a smartphone app, and a watch strap capable of detecting the user's heart rate.
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