We've seen dresses that can change colour before - just look at the LED-infused output of London based fashion house CuteCircuit over the years.
But now researchers in China are taking customisable, futuristic fashion to the next level with the creation of a weavable fiber that can light up and change colour on command.
It's the work of Huisheng Peng and his fellow scientists at Fundan University in Shanghai in collaboration with UCLA.
Flexible, transparent, solar powered
According to the journal Nature Photonics (via ECNS) the team has produced 1mm thick fibers made out of PLECs - polymer light-emitting electrochemical cells which are flexible and even elastic while acting like organic LEDs.
That means that the researchers were able to weave their sci-fi, light-emitting yarn into garments which glowed different colours - altered by adjusting the brightness ratio - for four hours straight.
Not only do the PLECs require less power than LEDs, they are also transparent and conductive which means, in theory, such customisable clothes could be solar powered.
According to the team, the exciting and efficient fabric is ready for mass production. Material scientists have also peer reviewed the research, referring to it as "a major step forward" in this area.
Here's hoping it's ready in time for the Spring/Summer 2016 season.
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