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CAMBRIDGE - An international research team has developed a method of making next-generation smart textiles on the same looms used for textile manufacturing.

They say it could offer a way of inexpensively and sustainably incorporating LEDs, sensors, energy harvesting and storage capabilities into fabrics in any shape or size.

The team, led by the University of Cambridge, had previously demonstrated that woven displays could be made at large sizes but these were made using specialised manual laboratory equipment.

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