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Fuzzy Sensor Developer's Kit for toy, fashion & electronic industry

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Jan '08
Fuzzy Sensor Developer's Kit offers an up-close look at IFM's fuzzy sensor technology, which makes the fabric itself a sensor by using electronic yarns and materials.

Designed specifically for toy, fashion and other electronic product developers, it's a cool way to play with soft circuits.

At International Fashion Machines (IFM), we believe that high tech doesn't have to be hard-edged. Functional doesn't have to be impersonal.

And lighting your room doesn't have to be mundane. We combine exceptional contemporary design with the latest in electronic textile technology to create products that soften and enliven your experience with every day items.

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