SOFT CIRCUITRY

SOFT CIRCUITRY

Dimensions: 10 x 20 cm Materials: Conductive thread, resistors. Techniques: Embroidery, sewing, soldering. References / Inspirations: Arduino LilyPad, Little Bits and Circuit Sticker Sketchbook, as well as a Kits-of-no-parts set. Project description The Soft Circuitry...
AN INTERNET OF SOFT THINGS

AN INTERNET OF SOFT THINGS

In the frame of “An Internet of Soft Things” based at Nottingham Trent University and funded by the EPSRC, UK. Dimensions: various. Materials: Electronic components (vibrating motors, Leds, diodes, resistors, sensors, breadboards, wires, Arduino board, Photon boards),...
TEXTILE SENSORS & SENSORS ICONOGRAPHY

TEXTILE SENSORS & SENSORS ICONOGRAPHY

A project in collaboration with the Advance Textiles Research Group – Nottingham Trent University, (UK). Framework Until recently one of the main issues of e-textile research was the integration of electroniccomponents into the textile structures. At present there is...
SENSITIVE TEXTILE OBJECTS

SENSITIVE TEXTILE OBJECTS

In the frame of UHCI Project – UdK Berlin Dimension: 2 Cubes of 80cm X 80 cm X 80cm Materials: Textiles fibres, conductive threads, Arduino boards, dimmers, lamps. Technique: weaving, sewing, knitting, e-textiles circuits Project description During CeBIT 2014 we have...
SIGNAL TO NOISE

SIGNAL TO NOISE

In collaboration with Lasse Scherffig Dimension: 2 Antenas of 50cm Diameter, Gallery space min. 20m long Materials: Antennas, Raspberry Pi boards, radios receivers. Technique: Radio broadcasting, Audio recording, Archive research Project description “Signal to Noise”...