Here Are 5 Amazing Features Of Google's Project Jacquard You Probably Didn't Know About

Google has many projects under its wing. Some of the most ambitious minds have got together to create visionary products that could truly change the future. One such initiative is Project Jacquard. The company joined hands with Levi to create the first smart jacket.

Here are 5 features about the project and how Google plans to take over your wardrobe too.

5 amazing features of Google's Project Jacquard you need to know about

Smart fabric

The technology consists of electronics that can be woven into the most common fabrics available in the market. The special wiring can be sewed into the linings of clothing where the user would find it easy to interact.

5 amazing features of Google's Project Jacquard you need to know about

Health tracking

If any clothing that is made in this way, tracking body temperatures, and heart beat rate could all be communicated to your smartphones. Sports wears could be created for training purposes too.

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5 amazing features of Google's Project Jacquard you need to know about

Additional hardware

Interactive clothing is said to include many chipsets and other hardware into many of the clothes designed. It would be no surprise if the technology also supports small screens too.

5 amazing features of Google's Project Jacquard you need to know about

Long lasting

The teams behind Jacquard have aimed to provide a quality material that can last for years. Many more leading brands have joined in to create products of their own.

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5 amazing features of Google's Project Jacquard you need to know about

Multi-colors

It will be a happy news for fashionistas to know that the interactive clothing is available in a variety of colors. The various brands may bring out their smart 'wears' in trendy, fashionable colors.

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