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Connecting the postive and negative terminals of the Maxbotix range finder to a Keystone Electronics Battery Holder. more information on battery holder can be found on my 25 January 2013 blog postRead more ›
Links from my lecture Saturday 8 June 2013 1:30PM and eTextile workshop 10-11 June 2013 Ohms Law E = I x R E = Volts, I = Amps and R = Resistance source All About Circuts RESOURCES Diana Dew from Creators Project Hovding Bike Helmet LED Circuit – post image what is conductive thread – […]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 ›
By Day 4 we were all in the creative spirit with our own projects, sharing our new techniques with each other and teaching the interested bystander on how to use conductive thread to make a basic LED circuit. See one. Do one. Teach one. The M2’s made a glowing pillow! While Hisham worked on needle felting and integrating Maxbotix’s […]Read more ›