Helion 14 vs Helion 15: self spinning/weaving

Helion is a unique and sustainable BioTextile in development at C-MOULD. Its basis is filamentous cyanobacteria,  and because of the photosynthetic capacity of these organisms, Helion can be produced from little more than air and sunlight. Moreover, the individual filaments of the bacterium, which equate to the fibres in the textile, have a unique oscillatory motility (that can be seen in the videos) meaning that the textile actually weaves/spins itself into a mat as it grows. Here are two versions under test, the highly active Helion 14 and the less active Helion 15.

Helion 14

Helion 15

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