Popular Science’s Innovations of the Year

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Recently, Popular Science created a profound list of innovations for the year of 2008. Spanning from a new-heart transplant method, to the three-millimeter thick Sony OLED TV, as well as the Schoeller’s Coldblack Technology pants featured above, the list has got it all. This new clothing technology goes as follows; black clothing absorbs the sun’s heat, 90 percent to be exact. Now all black fabrics treated with Schoeller’s Coldblack Technology will reflect 80 percent of the heat rays (just about as much as white fabrics if the numbers mean nothing to you). Staying cool and stylish in your black pants shouldn’t be a problem any longer.

Check the rest of PopSci’s comprehensive list of awesome things from 2008 here.

*Via GOOD, PopSci

By: Ryan Haigh- Design

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1 Response to “Popular Science’s Innovations of the Year”



  1. 1 Popular Science’s Innovations of the Year | Eleven Magazine Trackback on November 18, 2008 at 4:55 am

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