See Google’s clothing-based Project Jacquard in action


Interested in seeing Google’s ambitious Project Jacquard in action? Fortunately, Google had a small demonstration set up at I/O to show off a very simple way that smart clothing can be used, and we’ve got a hands on video for you.

The video demonstrates how simple it is to tap a patch of clothing to play and pause your music, and how the swiping gestures will allow you to skip through songs and adjust the volume on a connected smartphone. Google of course uses a Nexus 6 to show off everything in action, but it works extremely well.

It might be awhile before we start seeing jackets with integrated volume controls, but it’s something to look forward to. For everything else that’s happening at I/O 2015, check out our full coverage of the event.

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