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Reflective fabric | Etsy
Reflective fabric projects for wearable devices: fashion, safety, design ...
etsy  reflective  fabric  wearable  wearables 
5 days ago by cyberchucktx
LOOMIA Soft Circuit Systems | E-textiles
LOOMIA designs and manufactures soft circuit systems (e-textiles) for use in medical wearables, automotive interiors and outdoor gear.

Circuit boards power the world but are built for hard goods. LOOMIA makes a new form-factor of circuit—a soft circuit system—that can be used to power soft goods. From automotive to apparel, our soft circuit systems can be used when standard PCBs (Printed Circuit Boards) aren't up to the task—bringing heating, lighting, and sensing to car seats, medical apparel, outdoor gear, and more.
wearables  soft  hardware  meeical  sumi 
20 days ago by cyberchucktx
How To Get Started With Fadecandy And LEDs | Hackaday
The internet is awash with millions of stunning LED projects, and for that, we are all very thankful. For those outside the hacker/maker matrix, it can be difficult to know how to approach such a build. Never fear, for [Amy Goodchild] has put together a beginner’s guide to building pretty glowables, using Fadecandy and Processing.
fadecandy  neopixels  leds  wearables  hackaday 
5 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Unfolding Space Allows the Blind to See with Their Hands
Interaction designer Jakob Kilian has developed a device that allows the blind to see with their hand using a tool that he calls Unfolding Space. As he explains, “The ‘Unfolding Space’ project deals with sensory substitution: A phenomenon by which the function of one missing or dysfunctional sensory modality is replaced (substituted) by stimulating another one. The outcome is a prototype that projects a 3D picture, generated by a special camera, as vibration patterns on the back of the hand.”
blind  accessibility  glove  diy  wearables  haptics  sumi 
7 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Pictorial Guide To The Unofficial Electronic Badges Of DEF CON 27 | Hackaday
DEF CON has become the de facto showplace of the #Badgelife movement. It’s a pageant for clever tricks that transform traditional green rectangular circuit boards into something beautiful, unique, and often times hacky.

Today I’ve gathered up about three dozen badge designs seen at DC27. It’s a hint of what you’ll see in the hallways and meetups of the conference. From hot-glue light pipes and smartphone terminal debugging consoles to block printing effects and time of flight sensors, this is a great place to get inspiration if you’re thinking of trying your hand at unofficial badge design.
badge  hackaday  wearables 
7 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Kit / parts for belts and straps
BTNOW 15 Set Plastic 1 Inch Flat Side Release Buckles and Tri-Glide Slides with 1 Roll 5 Yards Nylon Webbing Straps for DIY Making Luggage Strap, Pet Collar, Backpack Repairing: Arts, Crafts & Sewing
wearables  fashioningtech  belts  clothing 
11 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
The Badgies: Clever, Crazy, And Creative Ideas In Electronic Design | Hackaday
Engineering creativity comes to life when you have to design around a set of constraints. We can do just about anything with enough time, talent, and treasure, but what can you do when shackled with limitations? Some of the most creative electronic manufacturing tricks spring to life when designing conference badges, as the ability to built multiples, to come in under budget, and most importantly to have the production finished in time are all in play. This happens at conferences throughout the year and all over the globe, but the highest concentration I’ve seen for these unique pieces of art is at DEF CON every year. I
badge  hackaday  badgies  wearables 
11 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
LOOMIA Soft Circuit Systems | E-textiles
E-TEXTILES FOR MEDICAL WEARABLES, AUTOMOTIVE INTERIORS & OUTDOOR GEAR. We specialize in producing a patented soft circuit system called the LOOMIA Electronic Layer, or LEL for short. The LEL is an e-textile that is designed to integrate into textile products. These circuits can light, sense and heat.
loomia  etextiles  wearables  wearable  fashioningtech  medical  sumi 
12 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
MPFshell: A simple shell based file explorer for ESP8266 Micropython based devices
A simple shell based file explorer for ESP8266 and WiPy Micropython based devices.

The shell is a helper for up/downloading files to the ESP8266 (over serial line and Websockets) and WiPy (serial line and telnet). It basically offers commands to list and upload/download files on the flash FS of the device.
arduno  esp8266  esp32  shell  wearables  embedded 
12 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
smart glasses (WS2812 edition) | Facelesstech
Putting a attiny85, lipo AAAA battery and a pair of WS2812 x 8 rings into a pair of glasses. It started as a stupid idea that lead me to see if it was possible. Join me below to see if I was able to pull it off
wearables  glasses  display  arduino  neopixel 
august 2019 by cyberchucktx
Anouk Wipprecht FashionTech: rethinking fashion in the age of digitalisation
What does fashion lack? "Microcontrollers" according to Dutch based Hi-Tech Fashion Designer and Innovator Anouk Wipprecht. As she is working in the emerging field of "FashionTech"; a rare combination of fashion design combined with engineering, science and interaction/user experience design. Producing an impressive body of tech-enhanced designs bringing together fashion and technology in an unusual way: she creates technological couture; with systems around the body that tend towards artificial intelligence; projected as 'host' systems on the human body, her designs move, breath, and react to the environment around them.

Strangely ahead of her time; Anouk combines the latest in science and technology to make fashion an experience that transcends mere appearances. Sensors embedded in the design monitor the space around the wearer, and body-sensors check in on stress levels as comfort or anxiety.
future  fashion  art  design  fashioningtech  embedded  wearables 
july 2019 by cyberchucktx
Phantom — REFLECTACLES Ghost - Reflective Eyewear - Privacy - Facial Recognition - Anti-Surveillance - IR - Inrared - CCTV Cameras
Support IRpair and Phantom to block 3D facial mapping, eye tracking and infrared radiation from reaching your eyes. Reflectacles bounce light directly back to the point of origin. When the light source is close in proximity to the lens of the camera, the frames will be illuminated.
privacy  wearables  glasses  recognition  Kickstarter 
july 2019 by cyberchucktx
Learning About Wearable Engineering While Trying To Un-Taboo A Topic | Hackaday
During her Hackaday Superconference talk Sarah Petkus discusses her latest project that uses wearable technology to sense and react to her own body. She Bon is reminiscent of the French for “so good” and is a project whose aim transcends the technical challenges. Sarah uses engineering as a way to facilitate adults having healthy dialogs with one another about sex.

Depending on your profession, this discussion is likely not appropriate for work — it’s not sexual, but it’s fundamentally about sex — so don’t click through the video without thinking twice. But we respect Sarah’s courage for leading a project that wants to make sure there actually are places where it is possible to have these conversations and a way to get them started.
hackaday  wearables  body  medical  sensuality 
july 2019 by cyberchucktx
FLORA Sensors @ Adafruit
Sensors! They’re great for bringing interactivity to your wearables projects, and the FLORA family of high tech sewable sensors just keeps growing. They chain together and communicate over i2c, so you can add a bunch of sensors without using all of FLORA’s pins or sewing endless traces with conductive thread. Each Adafruit wearable sensor has an Arduino library with sample code to get you started, and projects to build here on the Adafruit Learning System.
adafruit  sensors  flora  arduino  embedded  wearables  wearable 
july 2019 by cyberchucktx
Rigid Heddle Loom by ProgressTH - Thingiverse
The frame has been designed to eliminate the number of cut PVC pipes and enhance strength and stability. Only two PVC pipes run lengthwise, and the warp beam supports and heddle supports have been redesigned for the PVC to pass through them.
wearables  loom  3dprinting  textiles 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
Knit a Working Circuit Board: 9 Steps (with Pictures)
For this instructable, I'll demonstrate how to knit circuitry, using a simple LED circuit as an example. The instructions assume you already know how to knit, solder, and wire up LEDs.
wearables  diy  knitting  circuits 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
Edge-Lit Pendant @ Geek Mom Projects
This is yet another teeny-tiny edge-lit project and it’s the easiest build of any I’ve posted so far. Like the others, it uses a tiny LED and copper tape to make a circuit you can turn on and off by inserting and removing the battery. I designed this project as a drop-in DIY activity for a display at Hawthorne High School Maker Faire
wearables  jewelry  geekmom  tutorial  led  lasercutter 
may 2019 by cyberchucktx
Introduction to Smart Watch App Development with Tizen
In this tutorial, I will show you how to install and configure the Tizen SDK for Wearable and develop a smart watch application with the IDE. Let's get started.
tizen  watch  development  wearables  tutorial 
may 2019 by cyberchucktx
e-paper.name/tag - Hackster.io
This e-paper name tag is an accessible electronic badge for people who are more comfortable with software, pixels, crafts and textiles. This 4.2" e-paper name tag (the size of a normal paper name tag!) is an accessible, customizable, electronic badge for people who want a neat electronic badge, but don't want to learn multiple new electronics skill sets, and are comfortable downloading things from the Internet, carefully assembling some parts, cutting cardboard, and taping or gluing paper or fabric. It's just two parts that run around $40 and snap together.
epaper  eink  wavewhare  display  badge  wearables 
april 2019 by cyberchucktx
BadgeLove! @ Hackster.io
Results of the BadgeLove! competition at Hackster.io. Great collection of badges utilizing embedded processors & small displays
hackster.io  badge  badges  wearables 
april 2019 by cyberchucktx
Loomia: soft flexible circuitry for an enchangted world
We design and manufacture soft, flexible circuitry that can heat, light, sense and track data, while seamlessly integrating into soft goods. The LOOMIA Electronic Layer (LEL) is a soft flexible circuit that can be embedded into textiles for heating, lighting, sensing or data-tracking applications.
loomia  wearables  circuits  flexible  soft 
march 2019 by cyberchucktx
Steampunk Cameo Necklace with OLED Display @Adafruit Learning System
This necklace uses an Adafruit Pro Trinket and an OLED screen to flash bitmaps of you and your loved one in between hearts. A tiny LiPoly battery powers the pendant discreetly in the black ribbon. Warning: Dog and cat pics may attract werewolves.
wearable  oled  lcd  adafruit  wearables  jewelry 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
A Non-Toxic Thermoelectric Generator for Wearable Tech - IEEE Spectrum
A new way to harvest electricity from body heat could inspire new wearable devices that never need to be plugged in. The millivolts of electricity this thermoelectric technology produces mandates slim power usage from any electronics plugged in to its feed. The new, wearable thermoelectric generator is also sourced from non-toxic and non-allergenic substances, making it a viable candidate for wearable technology. In fact, says Trisha Andrew, associate professor of chemistry at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, the substrate on which the generator is built is plain old cotton fabric.
ieee  harvesting  energy  wearables  energyharvesting  wearable  power 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
Three-Conductor Pivot for E-Textiles is Better Than Wires | Hackaday
Pivots for e-textiles can seem like a trivial problem. After all, wires and fabrics bend and flex just fine. However, things that are worn on a body can have trickier needs. Snap connectors are the usual way to get both an electrical connection and a pivot point, but they provide only a single conductor. When [KOBAKANT] had a need for a pivoting connection with three electrical conductors, they came up with a design that did exactly that by using a flexible circuit board integrated to a single button snap.
hackaday  wearables  medical  snap  button  fabric 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
A Trove of Cosplay Prop Making Tutorials and Blueprints | Hackaday
Like we said earlier, if building such stuff is your thing, it’s a rabbit hole from which you’ll find it extremely difficult to extract yourself. Have fun.
hackaday  cosplay  wearables  costumes 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
How L’Oréal Designed The UV Sense To Fit On Your Fingernail | Digital Trends
The UV Sense is a battery-free wearable electric sensor you stick onto your fingernail. It can measure UV exposure, which you can track via a companion app on your smartphone. Through testing, the L’Oréal team found that placing the UV Sense on nails returned the most accurate feedback to UV exposure. Since taking the battery out helped create a thinner and smaller sensor, Béhar saw the opportunity to disguise it as nail art. For even more versatility, the team is in the process of creating bracelets and watch accessories with the sensor, as well as clips that can attach to sunglasses.
wearable  wearables  fashion  uv  sensor  energyharvesting 
january 2019 by cyberchucktx
Battery-Free Biosensor Measures Your Health by Drinking Your Sweat | Digital Trends
At present, the majority of wearable biomarker sensors require onboard batteries to power them. While that’s perfectly acceptable for some use cases, it’s not as well-suited for tasks such as continuous tracking for medical purposes. To solve this problem, researchers from Northwestern University have developed a battery-free soft skin patch that’s able to wirelessly gather data about the body by testing sweat components. In time, the team hopes that this technology will be useful for clinical applications such as cystic fibrosis diagnosis and rehabilitation tracking among stroke survivors.
medical  health  wearable  harvesting  energy  energyharvesting  wearables  sensor 
january 2019 by cyberchucktx
Electronics Meets Textiles in an Array of Innovative Guises
Textiles and electronics are forming mutually beneficial relationships, with components and functions such as optical devices and flexible sensors embedded in fabric. [ Note: medical wearable applications ]
article  textiles  embedded  wearables  energy  energyharvesting  medical 
january 2019 by cyberchucktx
CarePredict: Senior Health Care Monitoring Technology
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) make up the patterns of our lives. ADLs like eating, drinking, bathing, toileting, walking, sitting, sleeping and more, all form our individual patterns; which change before many health or functional problems emerge.

CarePredict has developed a sophisticated array of sensors within a stylish, wrist-worn wearable for seniors to detect these changes – Tempo. Using 24/7 data from the Tempo wearable, coupled with smart indoor location tracking, deep machine learning and predictive data analytics, CarePredict understands the daily tempo of each individual. As subtle, but meaningful, changes occur in these daily patterns – like abnormal repetition of activities, increased bathroom use, or increased sedentary behavior – CarePredict detects and reports these shifts which could lead to health problems.

By deeply understanding the ADL patterns of each senior and the changes in those patterns, CarePredict provides powerful predictive analytics of impending declines in health or functional status. Today, these actionable insights highlight patterns that could lead to conditions, such as an increasing fall risk, urinary tract infections, malnutrition and depression.
aging  aginginplace  senior  artificialintelligence  analytics  wearables 
january 2019 by cyberchucktx
The World's First E Ink Tattoo @ YouTube
The future is here: a Bluetooth-connected, kinetic-battery-charged display that lives in your body. Learn more about the E Ink Tattoo technology at: http://goo.gl/D7mQMV
youtube  video  tattoo  digital  wearable  wearables  biohacking 
january 2019 by cyberchucktx
Kitty Yeung On Tech-Fashion Designs and the Wearables Industry | Hackaday
If there is a field which has promise verging on a true breakout, it is that of wearable electronics. We regularly see 3D printing, retrocomputing, robotics, lasers, and electric vehicle projects whose advances are immediately obvious. These are all exciting fields in which the Hackaday community continually push the boundaries, and from which come the astounding pieces of work you read on these pages daily. Of course the projects that merge textiles and electronics are pushing boundaries in the same way, except for that it’s often not obvious at first glance. Why is that?

Wearables are a field in which hard work and ingenuity abound, but pulling off the projects that stand out and go beyond mere ordinary garments adorned with a few twinkly LEDs or EL wire is hard. Wearables have a sense of either still seeking its killer application or its technological enabler, and it was this topic that physicist, textilist, and artist Kitty Yeung touched upon in her talk at the recent Hackaday Superconference.
hackaday  article  wearables  makers  maker 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
Wareable - Wearable technology reviews, news and features
Wareable is the only dedicated site to wearable technology and the connected self that's committed to helping people to get more from the things they love doing with wearables. The final word on all things wearable, we enable enthusiasts, early adopters and gadget lovers to get the most from this exciting new world of connected tech.
blog  news  wearables  reviews 
november 2018 by cyberchucktx
The best augmented reality glasses 2018: Snap, Vuzix, ODG, Sony & more
Smartglasses are getting smarter and augmented reality specs are finally approaching prime time - and plenty of startups are getting into the space. It's not just about slapping a camera on your face, either. AR, fitness tracking and mixed reality are all powering the next generation of smart eyewear. From first-person videos and photos to turn-by-turn directions, health-sensing and facial recognition, the invasion of the smartglasses is very much alive. We don our future-specs to reveal both the best smartglasses on the market and the upcoming devices we believe have the potential to take connected specs mainstream in the next five years - check them out below.
eye  eyewear  wearables  glasses  smart 
november 2018 by cyberchucktx
eyeCam @ youtube
EyeCam wrist wearable projector & i/o device.
video  eyecam  projector  hand  wearable  wearables 
november 2018 by cyberchucktx
Spire Health Tag : Make Your Clothes Smart
Spire Health Tag is the world’s first invisible health tracker. Designed to be adhered to your clothes, Health Tags are the easiest way to monitor your sleep, stress and activity.
spire  wireless  weaRABLE  WEARABLES  health  medicine  medical  sensor 
october 2018 by cyberchucktx
Health Tags Disappear until Needed | Health Tech Insider
After the cool factor wears off with health and wellness wearables, ease of use and unobtrusiveness matter more when people move to the next thing and get on with their lives. In order to convince most people to continue to use wearables and to attract new waves of users, technology developers need to embrace passive designs. The original Spire Stone that launched in 2014 was a brooch-like clip-on device with one-week battery life and a $150 price tag. The first model tracked respiration and motion, sending data via Bluetooth low energy to an iOS device and app from which the data was sent to the cloud.

Spire recently launched Health Tags, small devices about the size of a laundry tag that users adhere to clothing.
spire  healthcare  tag  wireless  wearable  wearables  health  medicine  medical 
october 2018 by cyberchucktx
Merchmakr DIY Screen Printing Supplies
Merchmakr is a super compact screen printing system that includes everything you need to get started making your own T-shirts—except the shirts themselves. Unlike regular screen printing kits, it has an exposure unit for making your own screen stencils, and it does multicolor designs because it has our awesome, patented HotSwap registration system.
tshirts  maker  clothing  wearables  wearable  fashion 
september 2018 by cyberchucktx
Enginursday: Unicornium - News - SparkFun Electronics
We decided to make light-up unicorn slippers, because LEDs. And unicorns. And warm toes.
unicorn  sparkfun  neopixel  wearables  leds  fashion 
september 2018 by cyberchucktx
Elektrocouture: Reimagining light as the new material.
At ElektroCouture, we believe in the language of light and designing for the future. We’re a group of material scientists, light architects and dream creators.

For the past five years, we’ve been on the frontier of FashionTech by creating pieces that transform the relationship of fashion to technology and compel the exchange of many boundaries. Join along on our journey by following ElektroCouture on Instagram or by signing up for our newsletter below.
elektrocouture  fashioningtech  fashion  light  wearables 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Near-Field Fingernails @ Make:
Nail art has seen some advances in the past decades, from the invention of cellulose-based polish 100 years ago, through thin plastic false nails, to the available-everywhere acrylic sculpted nails. But it was about time nails went techno. NFC (near-field communication) tags are the solution; they’re tiny and they’re powered by nearby magnetic fields so they don’t need batteries
makemagazine  nfc  fingernail  wearables  wireless 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Nero: A Smart Glove That Controls Remote Devices - Hackster.io
This gesture-controlled smart robotic glove enables us to achieve an economical solution using pre-existing technology. It can be implemented to control and automate machines like robotic arms, conveyor belts, pullies, cranes, and innumerable other devices.
glove  haptics  automation  wearables  gestures  hackster.io 
july 2018 by cyberchucktx
Automatic Sunglasses For the Lazy Hacker | Hackaday
[Andreas] may have created the ultimate lazy hacker accessory: automatic sunglasses, or “Selfblending sunglasses” as he creatively titled his video. If you can’t tell from the name, these are glasses that you never have to take off. If the light is dim, they move away from your eyes. Going back outside to bright light? The glasses move to protect your eyes.

The glasses consist of a couple of micro servos which move tinted lenses toward or away from the user’s eyes. A side-mounted Arduino Uno reads a CdS cell light sensor and drives the servos. Why an Uno rather than a much more wearable Arduino Nano? It’s what [Andreas] had lying around.
hackaday  glasses  display  arduino  wearable  wearables 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Nope Glasses | Hackaday.io
Meeting running long? Parole officer in your face again? Girl Scout with no Thin Mints? Just Say Nope. This is a glasses mounted project. Two LCD shutters are mounted over the eyes. Between them is an APDS9960 gesture sensor, which communicates with an Arduino to darken the shutters when you move your hand downward. An upward gesture clears them again. Left flashes both between clear and dark, and right alternates each shutter.
hackaday  display  wearables 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
SENSOREE @ bio.media
SENSOREEs therapeutic biomedia is bioresponsive fashiontech that translates feelings into auditory, visual, and or tactile displays. The tangible interface offers biofeedback as well as expression promoting “extimacy” – externalized intimacy. SENSOREE gives the body a voice – self awareness, insight, communication, empathy, and fun!

SENSOREE design lab works with futuristic fabrics made from sustainable materials embedded with sensitive technologies. In this way, we explore the Sensory Computer Interface (SCI) – tools to enhance proximity, intimacy, telepathy, intuition, and humor between human and machine.
technology  wearables  design  art  fashioningtech 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
Hack $35 Activity Trackers for Mental Health &More | Hackaday.io
Full tutorial on hacking the X9 Pro activity tracker so you can use it as the foundation of your next project. MATTER Lab hacks generic activity trackers and uses them as a platform for prototyping and researching mental health wearables. We have built a gesture recognition and biofeedback device for compulsive mental health disorders - as well as a hand position tracking device independent from cameras or other external references. We are open sourcing this platform and making it completely Arduino compatible for your convenience. Full smartwatch hacking documentation + tutorials and code for accelerometer gesture recognition, neural network training, and 3D model control using Bluetooth.
hackaday  medical  diy  wearables  health 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
unyq : medical 3d printed prosthetics
unyq : medical 3d printed prosthetics targetting people with disabilities. Personalized, stylish prosthetic & orthotic devices.
3dprinting  disabled  prosthetics  wearables 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Shoes That Tell You Where to Go | Hackaday
Walkity is a set of cuffs that slip on the backs of your shoes, pairs with your phone, and uses haptic feedback to tell you where to go. Each one has an Arduino Mini Pro, an NRF24L01 to talk to its mate, a Bluetooth module, a vibration motor, and what must be the thinnest, most flexible LiPo currently available on Earth. The specified cell is PGEB0083559, a 65 mAH cell that is 0.8 mm thick!
hackaday  shoes  wearables  haptics 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
BodiHub A Wearable, "Smart", Internet of Things Development Board That Learns @ Hackaday
I design and prototype wearable electronics. I've developed on all kinds of wearable and non-wearable development boards. To solve these problems, I created the Bodihub: A wearable "Smart" Internet of Things Development Board That Learns. It combines a wearable IoT module that has a front end neural network, with a cloud interface that does back end machine learning.
hackaday  machinelearning  hub  wearble  wearables 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
This Tech Dress Will Make You Popular With Scent @ Adafruit
You may recall the name Birce Özkan, a designer that created a dress with falling leaves. Well, she continues her biomimicry flair with a fashion that emits scent—Fragrance Dress. The piece was designed for Unilever’s Creative Space, so sense of smell was definitely the focus. Birce concentrated on the science regarding flowers.
adafruit  wearables  dress  scent  smell 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
HairIO: Hair As Interactive Material: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
Hair is a unique and little-explored material for new wearable technologies. Its long history of cultural and individual expression make it a fruitful site for novel interactions. In this Instructable, we will show you how to make interactive hair extensions that change shape and color, sense touch, and communicate via bluetooth. We'll use a custom circuit, an Arduino Nano, an Adafruit Bluetooth board, shape memory alloy, and thermochromic pigments.
wearable  wearables  instructable  hair  hairio 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Sweat extraction and analysis applied glucose monitoring using a wearable platform
"Autonomous sweat extraction and analysis applied to cystic fibrosis and glucose monitoring using a fully integrated wearable platform" @ PNAS ( Proceedings of the National Aaademy of Sciences). Perspiration-based wearable biosensors facilitate continuous monitoring of individuals’ health states with real-time and molecular-level insight.
health  biosensor  sweat  research  sensor  medical  wearable  wearables 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Shirt Circuit: DIY Wearable Breadboard Circuits: 6 Steps (with Pictures)
Shirt Circuit is soft wearable breadboard with modular DIY circuit components that can be snapped onto the shirt by the wearer. The motivation behind shirt circuit is to challenge the 'black box' paradigm in which STEM education is often delivered. This is done through making and playing
wearables  wearable  breadboard  circuit  etextiles  Instructable 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Shirt Circuit: Wear Your Next Electronics Project On Your T-Shirt | Popular Science
Two years ago, industrial designer Clement Zheng attended a workshop on soft electronics. He was learning how to put blinking LEDs into the eyes of a stuffed animal when a light went on in his own head: Why not use soft electronics to build a functioning circuit board on a T-shirt? So Zheng and fellow designer Manasvi Lalwani created Shirt Circuit—an educational electronics tool kit that lets you do just that.
wearables  wearable  breadboard  circuit  etextiles  popsci 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Bumblebee Breakout, a DIY Wearable Connector | Hackaday
The practice of developing wearable electronics offers a lot of opportunity for new connector designs and techniques for embedding electronics. Questions like these will eventually come up: How will this PCB attach to that conductive fabric circuit reliably? What’s the best way to transition from wire to this woven conductive trim? What’s the best way to integrate this light element into this garment while still maintaining flexibility?
hackaday  wearables 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Vintage Sewing Machine to Computerized Embroidery Machine | Hackaday
It is February of 2018. Do you remember what you were doing in December of 2012? If you’re [juppiter], you were starting your CNC Embroidery Machine which would not be completed for more than half of a decade. Results speak for themselves, but this may be the last time we see a first-generation Raspberry Pi without calling it retro.
hackaday  sewing  wearables  project 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Top 9 of the best CAD fashion design software
In this blog post we will see the link which already exists between the fashion industry and the use of 3D printing. We will give you some tips to choose the best 3D modeling software for fashion, to help you with your garment designs. Then, you will even be able to 3D print your products thanks to our 3D printing service!
3dprinting  design  fashion  3dmodelling  CAD  wearables 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Power and Battery Management in Wearables @ Maxim
In a wearable device the power system must be able to regulate voltage from a battery—a voltage source with a declining voltage output. The regulators must be very efficient so as to maximize charge usage, and must also supply the number of rails required by the design.
power  energy  management  maxim  hardware  arduino  embedded  wearables  battery 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
3D Printing Wearables with a Net
If you want to build wearables, you need to know how to sew, right? Maybe not. While we’re sure it would come in handy, [Drato] (also known as [RobotMama]) shows how she prints designs directly on a net-like fabric. You can see a video of the process below.
hacakaday  3dprinting  wearables 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
YesWeVibe: social impact apparel with a new age feel
Yes We Vibe started with the idea of creating custom apparel and accessories that positively impact ourselves and the people around us.

Our mission: create millions of smiles, moments of inspiration, happiness and laughter.
clothing  online  store  wearables  apparel  activism  humor 
december 2017 by cyberchucktx
Anouk Wipprecht: Robotic Dresses and Human Interfaces | Hackaday
Anouk Wipprecht‘s hackerly interests are hard to summarize, so bear with us. She works primarily on technological dresses, making fashion with themes inspired by nature, but making it interactive. If that sounds a little bit vague, consider that she’s made over 40 pieces of clothing, from a spider dress that attacks when someone enters your personal space too quickly to a suit with plasma balls that lets her get hit by Arc Attack’s giant musical Tesla coils in style.
hackaday  wearables  fashioningtech  presentation 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Get You an E-Textiles Sensor That Can Do Both | Hackaday
[Admar] is a software developer who was introduced to e-textiles in 2011. These days he gives e-textile workshops at Eindhoven University of Technology. Here, students learn to build a single e-textile sensor that detects both presence and pressure. The workshop presentations are available on his site, which is itself a window into his e-textile journey.
hackaday  wearable  wearables  touch  capacitive 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Bearables @ Pimoroni
Bearables is a range of woodland-themed wearable LED badges and sensors. Wear the badges on their own, or connect them to one of the sensors with conductive thread to bring them to life. Designed for kids and grown-up kids alike!
wearables  bearables  pimoroni  led  leds  badge 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Spoonflower: Shop, design custom fabric, wallpaper & gift wrap
Spoonflower was founded in May 2008 by two Internet geeks, Gart Davis and Stephen Fraser, whose creative wives asked why there wasn’t anywhere to design custom fabric for their home décor. The first company of its kind, Spoonflower was launched in Durham, N.C., on that dream of empowering the individual to create on-demand, custom-designed textiles.

Eight years later, the Spoonflower community has grown to over 3.5 million individuals who use their own designs and our Marketplace to make curtains, quilts, clothes, bags, furniture, dolls, pillows, framed artwork, costumes, banners and much, much more
online  store  fabric  materials  wearables 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Knitted Footwear Is A Huge Innovation @ Business Insider
Feuding and football aside, knit technology just might transform the entire traditional shoemaking process. Athletic shoes make up 30 percent of all footwear sales, and Nike and Adidas dominate, with$14.5 billion and $9.5 billion in sales, respectively, in 2013. Widespread use of the knitting technique could boost the industry's efficiency—cutting down on materials, labor, shipping, and time, as the products can be made start-to-finish in one place.
article  knitting  wearables  shoes  sustainability 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Kniterate | The Digital Knitting Machine
Kniterate is a compact digital knitting machine that brings fashion fabrication into your workshop. Perfect for small fashion businesses and design studios, makerspaces and schools. With Kniterate, you can create custom knitted products like scarves, beanies, shoe uppers, sweaters, dresses, and more.
knitting  3dprinting  wearables  kniterate  digital  cnc  automation 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
xadow modules @ SeeedStudio.com
Xadow embedded modules for wearable configurations. Various sensors, audio, touch screen, basic sensors GPS ... can be used on Pebble SmartStra.
seeedstudio  rephone  xadow  embedded  wearables  pebble  smartstrap 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Valentina: Bringing smart design to haute couture
Valentina / LibreFashion lets you create shareable custom-sized digital patterns using traditional patternmaking formulas.
Create measurement files for yourself and others with our daughter application TAPE.
design  fashion  opensource  crossplatform  digital  patterns  wearables  clothing 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Flexible Circuit Technologies: Flexible Circuits, Rigid Flex Circuit Design & Heaters
Flexible Circuit Technologies is well equipped to meet your needs; from providing you with bare flexible circuits, fully assembled flex circuits, complete box builds, or supporting you in finding other partners that can address any additional needs that you may have.
pcb  circuits  fabrication  flexible  wearables 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Lechal: GPS Navigation, Fitness Tracking & More For Your Feet
Intuitive, instinctive navigation - that was our aim with Lechal,
and haptics or vibratory feedback is the best and simplest
way to achieve that. Like a tap on the shoulder, Lechal's gentle vibrations at your feet guide you invisibly but intuitively.
haptics  lechal  wearables  monitoring  pediatrics 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Loomia TOKEN: soft flexible circuit for data collection in wearables
It works in conjunction with the LOOMIA Electronic Layer (LEL), a soft flexible circuit embedded into textiles with the ability to sense changes in its environment, such as heat and touch. The app is completely serverless and leverages the blockchain for security and data integrity.
loomia  wearables  fashiontech  blockchain  sensors 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Flex Modules @ Hackaday
Wearable breakout boards.
Flex Modules have 2.54mm castellations for breadboard and solder on to wearable flexible PCBs
hackaday  flexible  modules  pcb  wearables 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Cloud DX Inc. Introduces the Vitaliti Vital Sign Monitor (video)
Video presentation of the Vitaliti remote patient monitoring hardware and software. Includes a cloud-based method fo communicating and analyzing health-related statistics.
clouddx  cloud  vitaliti  medial  records  sensors  remote  video  wearables 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
VITALITI - Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE Entry @ Cloud DX
The Cloud DX entry in the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE consists of four interdependent wireless devices connecting to an advanced mobile app running on a smartphone.

The VITALITI continuous vital sign monitor is among the most advanced wearables ever designed, measuring ECG, heart rate, oxygen saturation, respiration, core body temperature, blood pressure, movement, steps & posture along with advanced power management enabling 72 hours of comfortable wear.
tricorder  medical  health  sensors  remote  vitali  clouddx  xprize  cloud  wearables 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
CloudDX brings VR/AR to hospitals
Developed by Dr. Sonny Kohli and the Cloud DX team as Canada's entry in the recently-completed Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE competition, the Vitaliti is a wearable medical device that continuously records a patient's vital signs, collects data on symptoms, and uses artificial intelligence to autonomously diagnose 19 separate health conditions. At the Singularity University Canada Summit, Cloud DX is revealing a new mixed reality (virtual and augmented) application for clinical triage and decision support. By connecting Vitaliti to Microsoft's HoloLens, doctors will be able to see a live 3D holographic display of the patient's vital signs in the HoloLens headset.
clouddx  hololens  ar  augmentedreality  healthcare  medical  cloud  wearables 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Irene Posch: Knittable Computing
Growing collection of projects & techniques for "knittable computing" .. components produced by embedded electronics into knitting projects. Statement from the artist: "I’m a researcher and artist with a background in media and computer science.
In my current work I explore the integration of technological development into the fields of art and craft, and vice versa, and cultural and aesthetic implications thereof."
knitting  knitablecomputing  wearables  creativity  embedded 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
Knitting ALUs (and Flipdots) @ Hackaday
Irene Posch] is big into knitted circuits. And while most of the textile circuits that we’ve seen are content with simply conducting enough juice to light an LED, [Irene]’s sights are set on knittable arithmetic logic units (ALUs). While we usually think of transistors as the fundamental building-blocks of logic circuits, [Irene] has developed what is essentially a knit relay. Be sure to watch the video after the break to see it in construction and in action.
fabric  wearables  embedded  kitting  hackaday 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
Crafting Wearables: Blending Technology with Fashion (book)
Crafting Wearables is intended to impart comprehensive general knowledge of the state of wearables in different industries while providing a well-curated list of example projects and resources by which to begin your personal journey into e-textiles. It is a wonderful read for those who are looking to expand their understanding of fashion and technology from both a hands-on and research-based perspective.
book  wearables  reference  fashioningtech 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
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