The clothing of the future could cool off our bodies, thanks to plastic wrap? Stanford University scientists have invented a material that actively draws heat away from the body, hoping that its cooling effect could reduce reliance on devices such as air-conditioning.
Researchers in California have invented a fabric that would actively cool our bodies, were it woven into clothing, potentially reducing our reliance on energy-thirsty devices that cool our buildings and vehicles.
Stanford creates a plastic textile that dissipates heat https://youtu.be/v8OH2LRs5Es via @YouTube
Radiative human body cooling by nanoporous polyethylene textile http://science.sciencemag.org/content/353/6303/1019