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For all you DIY enthusiast out there, Kobakant has a collection of very useful fabric and knitted sensors equipped with easy-to-understand instructions on how to make all of them. From knitted pressure sensors to conductive pompoms, this collection shows you how to make your electronics out of soft and wearable materials. From left to right: Crochet or knitted simple pressure sensors allow you to change the aesthetics of your pressure sensors and run them through the wash (main image).
Sensible clothing stretches the imagination Sensible, sensing clothing are a fascinating topic which has got the intention of a highly creative team which integrates Merlin Stretch Sensor into beautifully designed garment to sense the wearers movement. The movement data can then be used for various purposes like interaction with a garments appearance, interaction with other smart sensing garments or interaction with the environment. The project is called ‘ Aeolia ‘ with the purpose to explore concepts of our bodily engagement with the land and ideas of space and place.
Welcome to the KOBAKANT DIY Wearable Technology Documentation Conductive Materials > Technique Dyeing conductive yarn Conductive yarns are often in gray color which makes your project looks grayish. What if we color them in different colors so we can explore the aesthetic expression more freely, or match the conductive yarn color with the rest of the yarn to hide it completely?
Dare droid is a biomechanic hybrid cocktail robot, which rewards players with a White Russian cocktail upon accepting and completing a game of Truth or Dare. The dress combines pneumatic technology with open-source hardware and human temperament to provide you with a freshly made White Russian cocktail.Your presence triggers the dress to produce milk, and your willingness to play a game of Truth and Dare combined with your natural charm, triggers the decision to give you more than just tepid milk.