Wearable Electronics:Tools and techniques for prototyping interactive wearables
Our bodies are our primary interface for the world. Interactive systems designed to be worn can be intimate, upfront, and sometimes in your face (literally). Bringing wearable electronics from concept to prototype to product can be both inspiring and challenging. This book gives you what you need to start working with these new materials, tools, and techniques. It covers popular wearable products such as the Arduino Lilypad, Adafruit Flora, and the Fabrickit.
About this Author
Kate Hartman is a professor at OCAD University, where she spearheaded the implementation of an undergraduate minor in Wearable Technology. She is the co-founder of the Toronto Wearables Meetup. She previously taught courses in physical computing, soft circuitry, and fashionable technology at ITP/NYU and Parsons The New School for Design. Her work has been shown at various O'Reilly events, including ETech, ETel, Where 2.0, and Maker Faire. Her work is also included the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
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