These three eTextile circuits use the same hardware to create a light sensing circuit. The first two example uses seed beads to insulate the conductive thread and add an aesthetic twist to standard electronic hardware. While the final circuit uses electrical tape, conductive paint, conductive thread, conductive tape, and a lot of ingenuity to connect the […]Read more ›
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First I draw my circuit with pen and paper. Scan it into the Brother ScanNCut using Scan to Cut Data. Leave it in place on the cutting mat. Using the ScanNCut pen attachment draw the circuit on the same piece of paper and check for accuracy against your original image. I […]Read more ›
Using a double ended beading needle feed conductive thread thru yellow metallic seed beads to create an eTextile speaker coil which works with an MP3 player. Coil the beaded thread to create a speaker. Hack a circuit from a mini travel speaker, remove the speaker, and connect the eTextile speaker with alligator clips. […]Read more ›