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Make: Wearable Electronics: Tools and techniques for prototyping interactive wearables

Make 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

  • Title: Make: Wearable Electronics: Tools and techniques for prototyping interactive wearables
  • Author: Kate Hartman
  • ISBN: 9781449336516
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 pOur 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.

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    1. I love the "Make" series. I’ve been curious about wearable electronics for a while, but I had no idea where to start. When I finally get the time to start a new project, this book will be my first reference. As a person who hasn’t studied circuits and electricity since high school, the book seemed a bit overwhelming at first because of its comprehensive coverage, but their approach is so accessible that I just wanted to absorb it all! It starts with the basics of circuitry, and explores the [...]

    2. Fantastic reference for anyone who wants to, you know, make wearable electronics. I bought this book after trying to incorporate fiber optics into a dress without knowing what I was doing. Soon I learned that I had no idea how to incorporate a battery box into my costume, what battery options were available to me, how to calculate the voltage I needed, how best to affix a light to my fibers, or just about anything else I needed to know to accomplish my goal.This book answered all my questions, a [...]

    3. OK, to be honest I did not expect to read this book. I picked up a library copy to flip thru. I do that. Often. Get random books on topics of interest just to see if they have anything worthwhile to offer.And boy howdy, does this book ever have something worthwhile to offer!Ms. Hartman is an excellent writer, presenting her materials in a way easy to access by beginners yet offering the knowledgeable enough tidbits to keep them going. (hint: I'm not a beginner to the electronics in the book but [...]

    4. This a book showing some current techniques for wearable electronic circuits for clothes. This means primarily flashing LED lights, vibrators and some audio files on clothes fabrics. It does not encroach on the territory of wearable sound systems, phones, iWatches and cameras. Other areas are still to be developed further such as wearable electronic heating and cooling. I am not someone who takes out a soldering iron to make my own circuits, but it is helpful to know what to look for in LED ligh [...]

    5. This book gives you a basic primer on electronics and circuit building, and then presented a series of basic projects using the Lillypad microcontroller (similar to the Arduino series, but designed with clothing and costuming in mind) as an example to give the reader some ideas on things they can do with this knowledge. Covers a variety of topics in an easy to understand format. I'd recommend it as an introduction to either wearable circuitry or to basic electronics.

    6. While it will become obsolete in a few years, the list of materials and websites are fun to look at. Wearable electronics will probably grow bigger over the years.

    7. Helped me a lot to make my projects in wearables tech, she is professor from our university, and the instructor from my Thesis.

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