Introducing Revolutionary Materials That React to Changes in Temperature and Airflow.

Scientists have developed fabrics, nail polish and hair dyes that react to changes in temperature and airflow.

Muchaneta Kapfunde
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This one is going to be short and sweet. We have heard whispers that scientists have developed fabrics, nail polish and hair dyes that react to changes in temperature and airflow.

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Going beyond the usual wearable tech of sensors and LEDs woven into clothes, the invention has the ability to shift colour like a mood ring. So how does it work? Well it all comes down to the thermochromic dyes, super-strong and highly conductive graphene and other revolutionary materials.

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This is the kind of innovation that appeals to tech-savvy designers who would see the value in humans mimicking colour-changing animals.Their objective is not to camouflage, but to stand out from the monochromatic crowd.

The unnamed project seems to be quite hush hush. We cannot wait to hear more. We will keep you in the loop.

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