Video: The World's First Stretchable, Elastic Electrical Cord
PopSci.com reports that Japanese Spandex-maker Asahi Kasei Fibers has developed the world’s first elastic electrical cable, a stretchy conductive connector that could go a long way toward reducing cord clutter. But it’s not just a way to help you manage your multi-cord mess. Called Roboden, the stretchable cord could enable new generations of electronics-embedded textiles and robotic skins.
You can read more and see the video at http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2011-12/video-worlds-first-stretchable-elastic-electrical-cord