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To reduce heat/ and cold, inflammation and recovery time. Controlling power usage at home and maintaining an overall sense of well being


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Solar powered electronic clothing is going to provide a large spectrum of abilities from more comfortable situations such as the battlefield, sporting events, and environment. By controlling body temperature, one will be able to withstand harsh weather related conditions and environments. One will be able to control his own body temperature at his own convenience.  By regulating one’s own body temperature outside the body, one can expect lower electric cost. And have a scene of well being when exposed to less desirable conditions.

Sometime in our ever so busy schedules we are forced to endure long wait time, less desirable temperatures, and energy is there for pulled from our bodies to overcome some situations, or reduced in others. We can avoid this by simply regulating our own temperatures outside the epidermis (as it is the largest organ in our body.) We tend to think, work, and function better when we are most comfortable.

On a microscopic standing we know that bacteria thrives at the resting body temperature, so by regulating temps we can kill, or even prevent bacterial growth.


We tend to take care of our heart, lungs, liver, etc. Why not baby our largest organ, the skin by regulating temperatures.

This will be accomplished with areo gel infused flat space technology, with electric elements that run along the stripes to either attach to body or within clothing.

 


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By using solar power we can eliminate the use for electric applications, with the option to use electricity.

There may even be a medical application to this type of technology such as a mother who experiences hot flashed, speed in recovery time, and an ability to control ones on temperature right from outside the skin. We can expect the body to respond well to exothermic regulations by reducing the amount of water pulled from the skin. Other applications might be reducing UV damage caused by the sun which is correlated with aging, wrinkles, and fatigue.  Not only that, but by regulating one’s own exothermic body cooling/heating, how much likely is one to go out on a hot summers day or go out on a cold winters morning. There are just so many services that clothing, and soles with the ability to regulate temperature can do. Not only that but we can even apply this technology to a color identification process in which one can change their own color of clothing, by simply changing temperature associated. Just as a mood ring changes color, we can also adapt that use to clothing. We can create a flat space effective device that goes under the clothing or attached, with the importance of covering the body to heat when needed, and cool when needed, as well as off when not needed.

Also when we are home, we can reduce electric bills.

On a microscopic standing we know that bacteria thrives at the resting body temperature, so by regulating temps we can kill, or even prevent bacterial growth.


As states we have more control, better concentration, fast reaction times, when we are most comfortable. The skin is the largest organ of the body, and UV exposure is harmful.


Anything less than desired conditions is harmful, we can eliminate unfavorable conditions from environments by helping people and business.

Solar powered electronic clothing is going to provide a large spectrum of abilities from more comfortable situations such as the battlefield, sporting events, and environment. By controlling body temperature, one will be able to withstand harsh weather related conditions and environments. One will be able to control his own body temperature at his own convenience.  By regulating one’s own body temperature outside the body, one can expect lower electric cost. And have a scene of well being when exposed to less desirable conditions.

 


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