Fabric of the future can talk and listen

07/13/2010 | CNET

Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers have developed fabric woven with piezoelectric fibers, which can react to and generate sound waves. The fibers of this futuristic material act as a speaker and could even turn clothing into a receiver for communications some day.

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