High-Tech, Nanotech and Smart Fabrics Proliferate, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

With the advent of Rayon in the 1920s, high-tech fabrics were born. Rayon, introduced by DuPont as a “continuous filament viscose fiber,” is durable and silky-soft, and costs much less than organic fabrics made of silk. Today’s high-tech fabrics are either treated with chemicals, polymers or combinations thereof, or specially engineered for durability, stain-proofing, wrinkle-resistance or weather protection. In addition to these wonders, scientists are producing “smart fabrics,” which are engineered for wearability advantages as well as an astounding array of potential protective and clinical abilities. Through the use of special fabrics capable of conducting data flow, telecommunications and computing abilities may also…

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