Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
4 months ago in Blogs
Analog tilt sensor bracelet
2 weeks ago in Blogs
An attempt to combine three iconic illustrations of ohm’s law into one: annotated in german (english coming soon): ORIGINALS: the best: forrest m. mims Getting Started in Electronics >> https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5jcnBPSPWQyaTU1OW5NbVJQNW8/edit the water analogy:
3 weeks ago in Blogs
Copper of thread, pigment of change….. >> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157711127804177
All from one circle…. >> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157711023680842
A simple LED circuits with an interrupted connection that can be worn as a bracelet. >> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157711023687402 >> https://www.flickr.com/photos/plusea/albums/72157711023695062
A collection of simple circuits (power, actuator) that are missing a part of their connection. Intended for visualizing the effects that variable resistive sensors have on the amount of voltage that reaches the actuator. LED RGB LED Buzzer with built-in...
Three techniques for mounting LEDS on top of buttons. 1 sew buttons with a solderable conductive thread and solder LEDs afterwards to the thread. 2 prepare button with copper tape and solder LED first and then sew to make contact...
October 2019 – January 2020, a course in the department of Gestaltung: Technik-Textil at the Kunstuniversität Linz, Austria This course is only open to students of Gestaltung: Technik-Textil. This course pursues an exploratory approach to introducing electronic textiles (E-Textiles) as...
4 weeks ago in Blogs
This tilt sensor is the last one you can make. It requires you to leave your sewing needle dangling on the last piece of conductive thread. The needle becomes the swinging conductive contact that is either making or not making...
1 month ago in Blogs
Hydrogen Peroxide Etching conductive fabric materials: High acidity vinegar (24%): look in the cleaning section of your local supermarket for vinegars used in cleaning. Hydrogen Peroxide (Wasserstoffperoxid Lösung) 30%: ask at your local pharmacy and let them know you are...