How to set up a breadboard circuit for ATtiny45 to blink one LED. BREADBOARD CONNECTIONS Connect Power to ATtiny Power positive to ATtiny VCC (+, red) Power negative to ATtiny GND (-, black) Connect LED LED positive to ATtiny Pin 0 (signal, white) LED negative to resistor Resistor to negative power (-, black) CODE Upload the following code to […]Read more ›
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I purchase these little 10mm vibrating pancake motors from eBay and use them in haptic eTextile and paper computing projects. I generally get 25 or 50 at a time and they cost about $.50 USD/ motor. Super Afforable! Be careful when stripping the leads as the wire is very fine and its easy to inadvertently cut thru the wire rendering […]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 ›
I’ve been working on the interactive eTextile flowers that I will present at the Denver Art Museum Untitled event Friday 26 April. Inside this felted stamen I inserted a Maxbotix ultrasonic range finder This sensor will feed analog information to an ATtiny45. If the range is within two feet then the 10mm red LEDs will illuminate. If you are […]Read more ›
Lolwa Hassan Jamal made an eTextile lighthouse from conductive thread, ATtiny45 and a craft tech pressure sensor of conductive fabric and velostat. AWESOME! view on youtube By pressing on the light house door the user activates the LEDs to flicker. She made this three days after being introduced to an LED and 3V battery. I am so impressed!! I […]Read more ›
Are you ready for this year’s Valentine’s Day project? I bet you’ve been waiting all year for this PUNCHY interactive Instructable! Beware tho – eTextile Love Hurts! Unlike last years STABBY Valentine this time – you will have to sew with poky pricky needles. Will you make a badge for your coat or a pillow for your love? Maybe […]Read more ›