Traveling is never dull as a I wake at dawn to program ATtiny45 microcontrollers for next weeks hackers at Ljudmila PIF Camp in Trenta, Slovenia. Luckily I have my own tutorial on using Arduino as ISP and fresh coffee!
I pulled apart a motor to harvest magnet wire. Then wound it on a sewing machine bobbin.
The best sounding eTextile speaker design has been a coil of conductive thread glued to a silk disc. So far that is….
Using my Nexus 5 and a travel speaker circuitboard to test three different eTextile speaker options.
Solderable breadboard for designing printed circuit boards.
I secured the yellow beaded speaker to a piece of white silk organza with Heat Bond. This is an iron adhesive that you can purchase at your local fabric store.
A drop of nail polish on the magnet end acts as an insulator when using it with an eTextile speaker.
Searching for a TIP 122 in Harry’s vast supply to build the greeting card circuit for an eTextile speaker.
A speaker I found in Harry’s supply stash.
I purchased a musical greeting card at the corner drugstore so that I can attach the circuit to an eTextile speaker.
Five LEDs Blink - breadboard and ATtiny45
Stabby Valentine - interactive switch
How to Make a Pressure Sensor