An innovative approach to achieving thermal comfort, conducting heat from warmer to colder body parts. To achieve this, a thermal conductive fabric was developed using advanced thermal materials, allowing a passive, natural system to regulate body heat.
Evolution is slow. Our natural defense mechanisms, such as slowing blood flow to hands and feet when temperature decreases, are designed to protect us in extreme situations. But these days, this is mostly just a cause for discomfort.
Other non-powered thermal clothing is designed for keeping warm rather than heating the body, and is neither dynamic nor reactive to the activity and changing conditions of the body.
37°c is perfect for winter sports and climbing, but also for medical applications, such as assisting those who suffer from Raynaud's syndrome (blood flow problems to hands and feet, effecting up to 20% of adults), or just for thermal comfort and energy saving at home.
School of Design
MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2015
I am interested in the small changes in perception of everyday things that cause big impact.
How do we live? How do we do things? How do we get better? What is better?
- BSc Electrical Engineering, Tel Aviv University, 2009
- Digital circuit designer, Intel, Haifa, 2007–12
- Data Manifestation, Royal College of Art, London, 2013; Sport Innovation Challenge for Sochi 2014, Imperial College, London, 2014; Peace of Design, GoGlobal, Peres Center for Peace, Tel-Aviv, 2014; Sport Innovation Challenge, Rio-Tinto Headquarters, London, 2014; Imperial Festival, Imperial College, London, 2014; Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2015; Pick Me Up: Graphic Arts Festival, Somerset House, London, 2015
- James Dyson Foundation Award, 2015; Mayor of London's Low Carbon Entrepreneur Award, 2015