Vibeke Guttormsgaard

Vibeke Guttormsgaard

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Make: Wearable Electronics: Tools and techniques for prototyping interactive wearables (Make : Technology on Your Time) by Kate Hartman

Make: Wearable Electronics: Tools and techniques for prototyping interactive wearables (Make : Technology on Your Time): Kate Hartman:

Soft circuits tutorial - how to create a light up LED shirt with conductive thread and other smart materials :)

Soft circuits tutorial - how to create a light up LED shirt with conductive thread and other smart materials :)

This is a link to the MIT Media Lab High Low Tech page that has resources about electronics and textiles.  The workshop facilitator's guide for getting hands on with soft circuits is really excellent.

This is a link to the MIT Media Lab High Low Tech page that has resources about electronics and textiles. The workshop facilitator's guide for getting hands on with soft circuits is really excellent.

Workshop: An Introduction to Working with Soft Circuits for Women with MzTEK- Brighton Digital Festival, England

Workshop: An Introduction to Working with Soft Circuits for Women with MzTEK- Brighton Digital Festival, England

MIT - getting hands on with soft circuits - a facilitator's guide

Getting Hands-On with Soft Circuits: A Workshop Facilitator's Guide by Emily Lovell (Doctor of Philosophy in Computer Science) for ages (.

ETextiles With the Intel Edison

eTextiles are made using techniques and materials that make it so electrical components can be embedded and integrated into fabric.

Don't damage clothing with traditional crocodile clips.

For this project I wanted to make a variation of crocodile clips suitable for eTextiles. Using regular crocodile clips damages fabric and requires you to pinch.

Botellas

Designer Libero Rutilo of DesignLibero, has created a unique way to give life back to used plastic water bottles. His idea was to create a printed sculptural vase exterior, that can be placed over the top of a water bottle, and can be screwed on like a

Forster Rohner, a Swiss family run embroidery business for over 100 years, is sewing its way into e-textiles with beautiful, intricately embroidered conductive fabrics.
    Using custom embroidery machines, Forster Rohner is capable of creating large production runs of custom e-broidered textiles that can be used as sensors, heating elements, or conductors for electronic components such as LEDs

Using custom embroidery machines, Forster Rohner is capable of creating large production runs of custom e-broidered textiles that can be used as sensors, heating elements, or conductors for electronic components such as LEDs