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While in Slovenia I’m taking lace making classes. I arrived in Ljubljana without supplies so my teacher lent me her mother’s bobbins and pillow. This is third piece of lace I worked on. Of course I had to insert electronics into my project! More about eTextiles can be found on my sister blog The […]Read more ›
The 8 year old and I had the Borderless faux Arduino board working in no time – once I remembered to change the Arduino platform over to a Lenardo board setting. Its the little things that snag the system. However there are no instructions. No printed directions came with the kit to bring the new user to a website, help […]Read more ›
Photographing hardware is so much easier than dresses, but a lot less fun. I’ve been working on documenting my latest hardware and next week I’ll have images of coin cell battery holders that I’ve been using this year. meanwhile… please enjoy some behind the scene pics from 2010! Carl and Sarah preparing to shoot the blacklight reactive tutus used by […]Read more ›
Tonight at the Denver Art Museum – Untitled Flower Power – an eTextile interactive art piece On the Bridge connecting the North Building to the Hamilton Building. Other artists at Current are: The Matter of Music Energy by Musica Sacra Chamber Orchestra, with a special installation by artists Annica Cuppetelli and Cristobal Mendoza. Imagine 40 musicians playing pieces inspired by the […]Read more ›
Both flowers are fully powered and functioning as planned! I am letting the Flowers sense their environment so I can test the batteries life span on ping. 1:54 and all systems on. I’ll be checking the LEDs brightness every 15 minutes. woop woop woop Red LEDs are hard to photograph! Green LEDs and Pink Petals are a great combination! I’ll […]Read more ›