Molecule build Paul Luckham and mold designer Manel Torres from Imperial College London consolidated cotton filaments, polymers and a dissolvable to shape a fluid that turns into a fabric when sprayed. The material can be developed in layers to make a piece of clothing of your coveted thickness and can likewise be washed and worn again like traditional fabrics.
Notwithstanding making moment design, the innovation could have a scope of different uses – shower on gauzes, for example. “It’s a sterilized material originating from a pressurized canned product, and you can add medications to it to enable an injury to mend quicker,” says Torres.
On Monday, a design appear at Imperial will include the principal couture accumulation made with the material.