United States Patent: 9322121 - Stitched stretch sensor

Lucy E. Dunne (Inventor), Guido Gioberto (Inventor)

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Abstract

A stitched sensor including a plurality of threads stitched to a textile in a stitch geometry is described. The plurality of threads includes a conductive thread, and the stitch geometry is configured such that an electrical property of the stitched sensor changes based on at least one of stretching, relaxation, or bending of the textile. Methods for forming a stitched sensor are also described.
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
StatePublished - Apr 1 2016

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United States Patent: 9322121 - Stitched stretch sensor. / Dunne, Lucy E. (Inventor); Gioberto, Guido (Inventor).

Research output: Patent

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