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On Multiplexers – or input hunger

For a project in December, where if all goes well I will have 45 hand-made sewn buttons to trigger 45 sounds. As I want to trigger real buttons from the physical realm, it is clearly microcontroller time. I will use an Arduino on the physical computing side of the set-up. An Arduino has a limited […]

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On how to work on someone else’s file

For the CanvasCollectie exhibition I asked Ludivine Loiseau from OSP to design the adjoining texts. I also asked her to try and capture the way your code looks in a simple code editor (it colour codes certain commands). I sent her this screenshot (click to enlarge): To get the code in these colours she had […]

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Nice little tutorial on how to work with analog sensors in arduino

I was preparing for Dorkbot@iMal and one of the possible topics was going to be how to visualize some home made analog sensors, made with textile. This is a clear roundup on the topic: http://protolab.pbworks.com/TutorialSensors#Workingwithanaloginput

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Getting started with sewing electronics : materials and lovely switches

Hannah Perner Wilson and Mika Satomi have made this second little chapter on sewing electronics really easy for me. I don’t have to do anything except point you to their website. To get started, go to that excellent reference archive: http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/. To learn more about possible materials you can use for sewing with electronics: start […]

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Bend sew feel read

Bend sew touch feel read was a workshop organized in Okno, with FoAm, Nadine and Constant as partners. This workshop was part of Softwearables and took place in the sunny weekend of the 24th of July. http://www.constantvzw.org/site/Bend-sew-touch-feel-read.html http://okno.be/node/862 http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=1583 http://fo.am/node/1859 http://grig.info/events/bend-sew-touch-feel-read The main topic was making soft sensors, mostly with neoprene, conductive textiles and thread, […]

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