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Furthermore, E-textiles Need not be Wearable

 In 1994, the American cultural anthropologist Frank Salomon conducted a study in the Peruvian village of Tupicocha, where quipus are still an important part of the social life of the village. 

As of 1994, this was the only village where quipus with a structure similar to pre-Columbian quipus were still used for official local government record-keeping and functions, although the villagers did not associate their quipus with Inca artifacts.
Electronic textiles are distinct from wearable computing digitizing because emphasis is placed on the seamless integration of textiles with electronic elements like microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators.
For instance, e-textiles are also found in interior design.
The related field of fibretronics explores how electronic and computational functionality can be integrated into textile fibers.
The textile arts also include those techniques which are used to embellish or decorate textiles – dyeing and printing to add color and pattern; embroidery digitizing and other types of needlework; tablet weaving; and lace-making.
Construction methods such as sewing, knitting, crochet, and tailoring, as well as the tools employed (looms and sewing needles), techniques employed (quilting andpleating) and the objects made (carpets, kilims, hooked rugs, and coverlets) all fall under the category of textile arts.

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