Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
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Analog tilt sensor bracelet
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The first 2 days is about experimenting with embroidered speakers. You will learn how to make a basic embroidered speaker with copper thread, small introduction to arduino and tone library, how to read analog sensors and control the sound with...
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Three etextile related workshops at ITP camp: Wear your tools! https://itp.nyu.edu/camp2019/session/41 Make a Fabric Touchpad https://itp.nyu.edu/camp2019/session/40 Multitouch Paper Recognizing Gestures (with vvvv) PART 1&2 https://itp.nyu.edu/camp2019/session/3
Sunday May 19th 11-16:00 (4h) at KOBAKANT New Studio (Schönwalder Strasse 23, Wedding/Berlin) Our fingers are constantly swiping across touchpads, to enter passwords, navigate maps, play games, type messages. But how does this work? How are our physical interactions with...
10 x 10 matrix: Photos >> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157680387415118
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Over the years, we’ve designed and built a variety of small compact circuits that translate electrical resistance into something we can perceive like: light, sound, vibration. This post intents to pull together all these different items in one place. To...
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April 18 2019, 11-17:00, Junge Tüftler, Berlin This short making adventure explores the idea of getting lost in a material conversation with the materials of electronics. The idea is to meet these materials, get to know them, relate to them...
This is an example project/ experiment to use Bela board with e-Textile sensors. Here, I am making crochet blanket with exposed conductive pieces so one can use their skin resistance to “play” music by touching different part of the blanket....
Workshop and talk at Kabutze in Greifswald/Germany – both will be held in German Sa & So 11./12.Mai, 10-18 Uhr ALWAYS ON Werkzeugschürzentasche mit E-Textile Funktion “With my tools at hand I pay attention to things I’ve never seen before”...
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Electronic Textile is a technique that uses metalized or carbon infused thread and fabric to create electronics. You can knit sensors and embroider speakers. In this workshop, you will be introduced how to crochet a touch sensor with conductive threads....