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MASSACHUSETTS – A team of researchers at MIT’s (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed a method of producing smart fabrics capable of monitoring movement. 

The academics say the materials are made up of conventional textile fibres and custom-made functional fibres that sense pressure. 

They say it could be leveraged in different garments such as socks and vests, each of which could measure user performance across various activities.

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