Washing Your Clothes Made Possible by Future Washable Smart Chemises
Is the future washable smart clothes powered by wifi? This is a technology that have been around for some time, but its application and potential are just now becoming more widely known. Wireless technology is becoming more common and accepted all over the world and the future wearable technology with WiFi built into them should be no different. There are many positive aspects to the technology, but also a few negative aspects that need to be addressed.
We are already hearing about people wearing Google Glass on their heads. This is a technology that may never reach mass market appeal, but it’s certainly gaining a lot of momentum at present. The potential here is for people to wear Google Glass on their hair, hats, and hands while they’re out and about, doing normal things. Imagine being able to surf the net while you’re walking down the street, or checking your emails. This is truly something new, and many people have discussed the possibilities with excitement.
Another potential area of future washable technology is in the area of ‘wearables.’ These are items such as watches, socks, and underwear that have sensors built into them that can be programmed in order to send you messages, or even turn lights on and off. This technology could someday help people communicate in ways we couldn’t before, possibly helping us communicate better in both everyday situations, as well as in certain situations.
One area that’s still growing is in the area of medicine. Medical devices that are smart in terms of their ability to send and receive data are beginning to be manufactured, and this technology will only continue to grow. This is information that doctors can use to better treat their patients, and to find out which treatments are best for them. We’re not quite there yet with this type of future washable smart technology, but it will only be a matter of time before it is available to everyone.
Some might wonder if such technology has any realistic uses for now. The answer is that while it may not work at some point, it definitely has its place in the future. Some people won’t be able to afford it, of course, but there are a lot of reasons to own it in the future. Just think about the medical benefits.
It may not be practical for everyone to have this technology, but it makes sense to own one if you think about it. If you’re anything like me, you’re probably already wearing some type of clothing that you’d want to be able to remove quickly and easily if you needed to. I don’t mean just regular clothes, I mean things like your shirt or your pants that are usually where things get messed up. This technology might just change the way we live.
Provided by Antonio Westley
Disclaimer: This article is meant to be seen as an overview of this subject and not a reflection of viewpoints or opinions as nothing is definitive. So, make sure to do your research and feel free to use this information at your own discretion.