Dressing in layers is usually the easiest way to ensure that you
won’t be uncomfortable at any point in the day. If things get too
hot, just shed a layer and you’re good, and if you get chilly
again, just slip it back on. But what if you didn’t have to do that
at all? What if your clothing could tell if you were too hot or too
cool and adjust accordingly?
That’s exactly what researchers from the
University of Maryland seem to have accomplished with an
incredibly unique kind of new fabric that actually changes
depending on your body temperature.
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Scientists invented a fabric that knows whether to cool you down or
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Scientists invented a fabric that knows whether to cool you down or warm you up