References for SUPER CARE Hospital Gown


Comfort – Aspiration

1) Schneider, D. J. (1974). Effects of dress on self-presentation. Psychological Reports, 35(1), 167-170.

2) Karen J Pine, (2014), Mind What You Wear: The Psychology of Fashion: Kindle Edition.

3) Fletcher, Ben C. (2014) What your clothes are telling you. Psychology Today.

4) University of Hertfordshire. (2014) What you wear change your brain. Medical Xpress.

5) Luthra, S(2015) Hospital gowns get a makeover. The Atlantic.

Comfort – Physical & Safety

6)  Gayomalo, C(2014) Here what it’s like to step into a 3-D body scanner for a custom-made suit.

7) Bazlet, T(2015) 3D body scanning set to disrupt clothing industry. Aljazeera.

8) Sniderman, D(2011) Using liquid finishes to create nanofabrics. ASME. https://

9) Eufinger,K(2009) Incorporation of Nanotechnology in Textile Applications. Azonano.

10) Mather, R. R., & WILSON, J. (2006). Solar textiles: production and distribution of electricity coming from solar radiation applications. In Intelligent textiles and clothing, 206-216.

Communication (sensing)

11) Nummenmaa, L.,Glerean, E., Hari, R., & Hietanen, J. K. (2013).Bodily maps of emotions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111, 646–651. doi:1073/pnas.1321664111

12) Tarlack, G.(2013) Body atlas reveals where we feel happiness and shame. Discover.

13) Ramakrishna, S. (2016, June 10). In search of the smart shirt. Tabla!, p. 5.

14) Wearables Workshop, 4th May 2016.

15) Metz, R.(2014) Using your ear to track your heart. MIT Technology Review.

Additive Manufacturing & Smart Clothing (Actuating)

16) Suh, M., Carroll, K. E., & Cassill, N. L. (2010). Critical review on smart clothing product development. Journal of Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management, 6(4).

17) Agarwal, S., Wendorff, J. H., & Greiner, A. (2008). Use of electrospinning technique for biomedical applications. Polymer, 49(26), 5603-5621.

18) Gao, B., Yang, Q., Zhao, X., Jin, G., Ma, Y., & Xu, F. (2016). 4D Bioprinting for Biomedical Applications. Trends in biotechnology.

19) Choi, J., Kwon, O. C., Jo, W., Lee, H. J., & Moon, M. W. (2015). 4D Printing Technology: A Review. 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, 2(4), 159-167.

20) Ge, Q., Dunn, C. K., Qi, H. J., & Dunn, M. L. (2014). Active origami by 4D printing. Smart Materials and Structures, 23(9), 094007. 

21) Gao, B., Yang, Q., Zhao, X., Jin, G., Ma, Y., & Xu, F. (2016). 4D Bioprinting for Biomedical Applications. Trends in biotechnology.

22) Eujin Pei , (2014),”4D printing – revolution or fad?”, Assembly Automation, Vol. 34 Iss 2 pp. 123 – 127 

23) Eujin Pei , (2014),”4D Printing: dawn of an emerging technology cycle”, Assembly Automation, Vol.34 Iss 4 pp. 310 – 314.

24) Clarkson, R. (2014), “Blossom”, available at: http:// (accessed 15 August 2016)