Sewable CircuitsPosted: May 19, 2012 Filed under: Professional Development | Tags: arduino, conductive thread, LED, MIT, sewable circuites 2 Comments
Today was the first of two days at a workshop hosted by the High-Low Tech Group at MIT. The objectives of this event for educators it to explore sewable circuits, accelerometers, and the LilyPad Adrduino controller.
My first project was a simple circuit with a batter holder and an LED. I decorated it to look like a flower.
My next project that will be continued tomorrow is a glove with an accelerometer attached to an arduino processor. I am loving this workshop!