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NORTH CAROLINA – Researchers at North Carolina State University say they have developed stretchable hollow fibres filled with fluid that can detect touch, strain, and twisting, for use in wearable garments. The new type of microscopic fibres are also conductible and can be easily twisted and then integrated into textiles and clothing.

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