fastcompany:

Celliant claims their performance wear contain tech that helps increase circulation and convert light into energy. Sound crazy—and maybe it is—but pretty soon “smart textiles” are going to be everywhere.

One of our Athletes. (Wallace Spearmon) 
Nov 2, 2011 / 35 notes

fastcompany:

Celliant claims their performance wear contain tech that helps increase circulation and convert light into energy. Sound crazy—and maybe it is—but pretty soon “smart textiles” are going to be everywhere.

One of our Athletes. (Wallace Spearmon) 

(via fastcompany)

Source: fastcoexist.com

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