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Levi's said Monday that Jacquard by Google tech will be built into some of its denim jackets to connect the clothing to the wearer's smartphone.The Jacquard by Google tag, about the size of a stick of gum, tucks into the jacket sleeve and connects to your device wirelessly via Bluetooth.The My Day feature triggers the time, weather, traffic conditions and your calendar.Always Together will let you know if you left your phone behind.It's easy to take a picture with the Camera feature's visual and haptic countdown.Wearers stay connected with simple hand gestures like swiping, touching and tapping the jacket cuff.
I’ve used Jacquard, which was announced in 2015, extensively on the original Levi’s Commuter Jacket that was released in 2017, but the technology is getting an upgrade and a fresh look.Here’s what Jacquard 2.0 is all about.“That was a very intentional choice, and a topic of much debate: the ability to see where [the Jacquard yarns] are versus having it completely invisible,” Paul Dillinger, vice president of Global Product Innovation, told Digital Trends.It comes in two different styles this time around — Trucker Jacket or Sherpa Jacket — whereas the original was limited to the Commuter Jacket in one color.I had no issues pairing it up, but I’m not a fan of the button as it’s indented and a little hard to press if you don’t have nails.I’d like to see more abilities — I feel like the list hasn’t dramatically expanded to add more abilities I’d actually use since the launch of the original jacket– but Google did say it plans to add more via software updates.
Back in 2015, Google’s ATAP team demoed a new kind of wearable tech at Google I/O that used functional fabrics and conductive yarns to allow you to interact with your clothing and, by extension, the phone in your pocket.The company then released a jacket with Levi’s in 2017, but that was expensive, at $350, and never really quite caught on.The idea here is simple and hasn’t changed since the original launch: a dongle in your jacket’s cuff connects to conductive yarns in your jacket.You use the Jacquard phone app for iOS or Android to set up what each gesture does, with commands ranging from saving your location to bringing up the Google Assistant in your headphones, from skipping to the next song to controlling your camera for selfies or simply counting things during the day, like the coffees you drink on the go.In total, there are currently 19 abilities available, and the dongle also includes a vibration motor for notifications.“Since we launched the first product with Levi’s at the end of 2017, we were focused on trying to understand and working really hard on how we can take the technology from a single product […] to create a real technology platform that can be used by multiple brands and by multiple collaborators,” Ivan Poupyrev, the head of Jacquard by Google told me.
The History Channel has received a permit to dig up the body of 1930s gangster John Dillinger from his grave at a cemetery in Indiana, USA.And by all accounts, Dillinger was strangely polite during his robberies, leading many average Americans to celebrate someone who they saw as simply sticking it to the bankers.But Dillinger was killed in a shootout with police in Chicago during the summer of 1934.Some have speculated over the years that Dillinger’s body may not actually be buried in the grave that has been his supposed resting place since 1934.And the best working guess is that the producers from the History Channel simply want to see if he’s actually buried there.But even if Dillinger really is buried on the north side of Indianapolis, the History Channel might have a bit of difficulty getting to the body, according to historians in Indiana.
The focus of activity for Mathematics Professor Thomas Schuster and his PhD student Dimitri Rothermel is on the cooling from rolling heat.Dillinger is supporting the research with a total of 300,000 euros."A few years ago I was not even aware of how important cooling is for the properties of steel," recalls Thomas Schuster, professor of numerical mathematics at Saarland University, who started the first phase of the joint project "Inverse Modelling and Simulation of Laminar Cooling Processes" with Dillinger three years ago.He quickly realized the cooling process is anything but trivial and is not just about cooling the steel so that it can be better stored."The requirements placed on steel vary greatly from customer to customer," Prof. Schuster says.It stores many settings of the cooling system that are used for cooling, depending on customer specifications.
Why have a wearable on your wrist when you can have it all over your torso?Two years after first teasing us with their line of connected clothing, Google and Levi’s have delivered.The first piece to come out of Project Jacquard is the Commuter Trucker jacket, and you’ll have to pay $350 for the garment.The key to the Commuter is the fabric of the jacket’s left sleeve.While technically powered by a rechargeable tag that’s found on the inside of the sleeve, the very material of the jacket is itself smart.From there, you could just touch your clothing as you would a touchscreen in order to activate certain functionalities, like playing music.
The result: three nearly completed doctoral dissertations, 25 bachelor's and master's theses, ten international publications, and 20 lectures at scientific conferences.Offshore wind power plants and pipelines constructed on the ocean floor are subjected to high stresses and loads.Heavy plate steel from Dillinger in Saarland is used for these projects all over the world."These structures must withstand hurricane-force squalls and enormous ocean currents as well as ensure safe operation under these extreme conditions for decades," explained Bernd Münnich, who earned his doctorate in materials engineering at Saarland University and today is Chief Technical Officer of Dillinger.With the help of new simulation methods, we are working to be better able to predict the properties of the steel so that we can avoid lengthy and expensive trial runs," Münnich explained at today's extension of the partnership agreement.Three years ago, Frank Mücklich, professor of functional materials at Saarland University, brought two colleagues on board for the research: Stefan Diebels specializes in engineering mechanics and Christian Motz is responsible for experimental methods in materials science.
Harry Dean Stanton, the gaunt, laconic character actor whose career spanned more than six decades and appeared in more than 100 films and 50 TV episodes, has died at the age of 91.Stanton passed away Friday of natural causes in Los Angeles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.He served as a cook in the Navy during World War II, and was aboard an LST during the Battle of Okinawa.In the late fifties and early sixties, he got many background roles in TV and movie westerns, then began getting higher-profile roles in films like Cool Hand Luke, Kelly’s Heroes, and Dillinger.One of his more memorable roles from his earlier years was as the engineer Brett in Ridley Scott’s sci-fi thriller Alien in 1979.“I hated being typecast in those roles.
If you’re not tired of hearing the word “smart” in front of random appliances, furniture, and pieces of clothing, Google has a hot pitch for you.It’s a smart jacket from Levi’s and it uses Google’s smart textiles platform that goes by the nickname “Project Jacquard.” It’s being shown off this week at SXSW, but even if you saw the jacket being worn by a fellow festival-goer, there’s a really good chance you wouldn’t even realize it.Without a bunch of goofy screens or flashing LEDs, Levi’s Jacquard jacket doesn’t give the outward appearance of being a gadget at all, and that’s kind of the point, at least in Levi’s eyes.At a panel at SXSW, Google’s Ivan Poupyrev suggested that the company’s original vision for the smart apparel included a display of some kind.Levi’s VP of global innovation Paul Dillinger shot down that idea and insisted the tech be integrated into parts of the jacket that already exist naturally.The result is a fabric touch interface that can’t be seen, but still allows the wearer to control various functions of a synced device like a smartphone.
AUSTIN, Texas—"The tech couldn't be seen as slapped on the garment," Ivan Poupyrev, technical program lead at Google’s Advanced Technology And Products (ATAP) group, told the crowd during his weekend South by Southwest panel."It's called singing denim," responded Paul Dillinger, vice president for global innovation at Levi's.You read that correctly: at SXSW this weekend, Google visionaries sat hobnobbing with style icons from Levi's as they discussed thread and production techniques.That surface allows the wearer to control certain actions on their smartphone while wearing and engaging the jacket.To the unknowing eye, it all simply looks like another slight variation on the sleek Levi's trucker jacket (the kind the company has literally made for 50 years).The abilities include things like stopping and starting music, forwarding songs in a playlist, checking the time of day, receiving directions, hearing the estimated time left within a trip, dismissing or accepting phone calls, counting actions (the demo used "glasses of water consumed" as an example), and learning about new texts (with the ability to respond via a pre-set message).
It's been two years since Google and Levi's first announced a partnership to bring us smart clothing, and now it's finally happening.Why have a wearable on your wrist when you can have it all over your torso?Two years after first teasing us with its line of connected clothing, Google and Levi’s have put us out of our misery.The first piece to come out of Project Jacquard is the Commuter Trucker jacket, and as a reward for waiting so long, you’ll have to pay $350 for the garment.The key to the Commuter is the fabric of the jacket’s left sleeve.While technically powered by a rechargeable tag that’s found on the inside of the sleeve, the very material of the jacket is itself smart.