TextileUX proposes the creation of a pressure-sensitive textile-based sensing platform to enable computational environments to be embedded seamlessly into our lives. In the 1990s, Mark Weiser and his colleagues at Xerox PARC introduced their vision of Ubiquitous Computing – a world in which “computers disappear into our everyday environments and weave themselves into our daily lives without being noticed”. In this process, TextileUX aims to develop unique smart textile-sensing know-how and broaden the knowledge base at the intersection of material, textile and computer science.