Sony To Debut New Fiber Triporous For Textile And Apparels At ISPO Munich 2020

Posted: Jan 21 2020, 4:03am CST | by , in Technology News

Sony to debut new fiber Triporous for textile and apparels at ISPO Munich 2020

Sony is foraying into the textile industry with the invention of a new material for clothes and other uses.

Now that the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 in Las Vegas is over, Sony has its eyes set on the ISPO Munich 2020, an annual trade show for sporting and outdoor equipment.

The ISOP Munich will be held from Sunday, January 26 to Wednesday, January 29 in Munich, Germany.

At the event, Sony will exhibit a new fiber that it has invested using rice husk. The Japanese consumer electronics company has named this revolutionary material as Triporous, and it plans to make it available for manufacturers of textile and apparel.

Triporous is a porous carbon material that is ideal for use in various applications such as water and air purification, according to the company.

With Triporous, Sony aims to contribute to cutting waste globally since the material is created by using rice husk waste.

Sony said it has already kicked off its applications for a trademark license for Triporous since October 2019. Prior to the material’s debut in Munich, Sony said Triporous has already launched in its home market of Japan.

The company’s next step is to look for companies that are interested in using Triporous in their own products or in-house applications.

This marks another milestone for Sony after the company unveiled its very first concept electric vehicle, called Vision-S during the 2020 CES.

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