Class 4

Working with ThermoChromic pigment

Discuss Interface blog posts

Discuss Berzowska reading

Leeches

xslabs

Social Circuits
Openmaterial.org – Catarina Mota – Intimate sensor.
M.I.T Fluid Interfaces 

CapSense

Capacitive Sensing Library

 

conductive fabric

Less EMF

Eeonyx fabrics

resistive fabrics

Less EMF

kobakant H2GWYW

UV and solar reactive fabric

Madison Maxey

http://openmaterials.org/materials-101-uv-reactive/

thermochomic fabric

https://solarcolordust.com/

http://openmaterials.org/materials-101-thermochromic/

e-textile

e-broidery

https://beckystern.com/2008/04/21/lilypad-embroidery/

http://fashioningtech.com/2013/12/09/beautiful-embroidered-circuits/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/13584731/Adelita-Analco-Bandui-Lab

fibertronics

nanotechnology

photo-luminescent fabric

computer generated fabrics

http://www.highsnobiety.com/2015/03/31/future-textile-technologies/

https://www.seas.harvard.edu/news/2017/09/low-cost-wearables-manufactured-by-hybrid-3d-printing

–     Other smart materials: 

Conductive threads and yarns

Solar reactive thread

conductive paint

conductive ink

conductive transparent film

Thermoplastic film

EL wire

QTC (Quantum Tunneling Composite)

Polymorph material

magnetic varnish

UV reactive materials

things that glow in the dark

shape memory materials

Flexinol

smart electro ceramics

organic electronics…

Serpica Naro – use of “the media” itself as a technology

Min Tanaka – Electric Dress – 1957

electric-dress

Hacking Couture

http://www.theaphroditeproject.tv/

http://wearcam.org/pleasewait.html

https://www.flickr.com/groups/lilypad_arduino/

http://3lectromode.com/

http://www.daniellewilde.com/projects/

http://www.electricfoxy.com/ping/

–      Openmaterials.org – Catarina Mota – Intimate sensor.

–      M.I.T High-Low tech group

http://etextilelounge.com/

Syuzi PakhchymEric Zainzinger and Chung-Hay

Serial Audio Mixer Max Patch

Homework:

Choose one of your augmented interface ideas from last week’s post to prototype and develop in class beginning next week and due the following week on October 3. Consider this prototype as a working proof of concept, which does not necessarily need to use finishing materials, but does need to contain a working circuit. Create a sketch outlining your plan. Describe it and post to the blog.

Make a list of materials you will need. Gather as many materials as possible and bring them to class next week. Be in conversation via email and the blog with Christine before class next week regarding planning for your project.

 

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