Wearable Technology


Posted on Feb 7, 2014

I used alligator clips to make the circuit and have it working. Then worked on the code and especially on the blinking section to make the LEDs look like they are blinking randomly and not in any order. I used the values read and send by the sensor to trigger the blinking. Finally uploaded the program to the Lilypad and started the prototype. The


Wearable Technology
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below images show the process of my project. For this project I bought a ready made handbag. I used conductive thread, 1 Arduino Lilypad, 1 Proximity sensor, 6 LED (Green, Blue, Red and Yellow), some wire, AAA batteries and industrial felt. The total cost for this project was $42. I used alligator clips to make the circuit and have it working. Then worked on the code and especially on the blinking section to make the LEDs look like they are blinking randomly and not in any order. I used the values read and send by the sensor to trigger the blinking. Finally uploaded the program to the Lilypad and started the prototype. This dress is made from high tech materials and the project is designed as part of Phillips` initiative, Design Probes. I like how the dress interacts with human body and surrounding atmosphere. It is design by CuteCircuit, and the dress is made up of 24, 000 full colour LEDs. I like how the LEDs combine with layers of silk which make the light really stand out. This is a really unique concept and great execution. 8  works by feeding oxygen from a nasal cannula to a lightweight M4 oxygen tank attached to the back of the model`s Gaga-esque leather harness. I really enjoy this satire style of this project and the surreal idea of personalizing air sources for women. I These are gloves that capture your secrets! as you cup your hands over your mouth and whisper your secret, the gloves will record it and play it...




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