According to a recent study published in the online journal Nano Energy, researchers from Japans University of Fukui and Nanjing University in China have developed electrospun fibres that can be integrated with a normal cloth.The fibres, known as EF-TENGs, can be further used to create layers and integrated into normal, wearable cloth. Using the electrospinning technique, which is used to create EF-TENGs, polymers are fused into fibres using electrical charge. Layers of fibres are then coated with silver nanowires, still keeping the fabric soft and breathable. These fabrics are not only super wearable but also possess energy generation and energy harvesting qualities. Static electricity is generated from every move of the wearer, be it walking, running, or any other bodily movements.The corresponding author of the study, Dr Hiroaki Sakamoto said in a statement, With our work, we are aiming to provide a new point of view towards wearable energy harvesters and smart textiles. The power generation device has flexibility and breathability since all components are composed of fibre materials. This device shows great potential in harvesting the static electricity from our clothes. As per Brighter Side News, efforts are also being made to add metals to electrospun fibres to enhance their energy harvesting abilities without compromising on the comfort of these fabrics.With technology and fashion merging for different wearable tech concepts, smart textiles are new on the radar after a rather popular craze for fashion NFTs.Does digital fashion make you curious? Find out everything about the latest emergence of Crypto Fashion: Click HereImage used for representational purposes only.