Renowned American clothing chain Levi’s has joined hands with Google to bring you their touch-sensitive fabric inside your jeans. Also Read - Android 12 Developer Preview: Requirements, How to install and more
The clothing brand has become the first partner in tech giant’s ATAP unit’s Project Jacquard at I/O 2015, which offers a connected fabric tech, enabling to connecting devices and power inside the clothes, reported The Verge. Also Read - Don’t Google Search these vulnerable topics: You will thank us later
Paul Dillinger of Levi Strauss called Jacquard a “dazzling opportunity” for a partnership between the two companies, explaining that they took this up as they wanted to make it easier for people to integrate their gadgets into every daily lives. Also Read - Google Recorder Web app released, allows Pixel users to access all recordings on desktop
He added that if they were successful in delivering that value in the form of clothes, the project was worth doing.