PIF Camp 3-9 August 2015 Trenta Valley Slovenia http://pifcamp.ljudmila.org Using traditional crafting techniques of embroidery, lace making, and sewing, we will adapt conductive fabrics, threads, and paints to transform electronic hardware into soft circuits and eTextiles. During PIF Camp we will collaborate with the other nodes to replicate their computer circuitry into functional electronic textiles and thru this […]Read more ›
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In 2014 I’ve purchased more 400 pin breadboards that I ever thought possible! Fortunately I’ve found an eBay seller that is reliable. CXB Electronics on ebay is the place to go for large quantities of 400 pin breadboards and jumper wires. Order early as it takes 3 -4 weeks to receive them.Read more ›
CUPro paint from LessEMF in Albany New York is water based, therefore it is not a flammable substance and should be allowed as cargo on planes. When I travel I print out TSA’s website for prohibited items indicating that there is no limit to the size of the container. I also print the CUPro paint data sheet again indicating […]Read more ›
Hackspace Budapest Bástya utca 12., Budapest, Hungary, 1056 28 April 2014 Lynne Bruning, az eTextile Lounge (http://eTextileLounge.com/) alapítója Budapestre is ellátogat, és ingyenes workshopot tart a hackerspace-ben, amelyre hoz magával kis elemeket, LEDeket és vezető cérnát. Ha tudsz, hozz magaddal felhasználható anyagot és ollót, de akkor is lesz mivel dolgoznod, ha csak magadat hozod! Calendar Item […]Read more ›
Preparing for a workshop takes double the time to teach the workshop. SHopping for the supplies. Programing microcontrollers, packaging the tiny electronic parts, and then fitting everything into a suitcase. Its all behind the scene, but without rigorous preparation the workshop will suffer.Read more ›
I’ll be teaching a 5 day workshop in eTextiles, wearable tech and paper computing the first week of June 2014 at Arrowmont in Gatlinburg, Tennessee! Register before 1 February 2014 and save 10% Other workshops happening this week will be: Avelino Samuel – woodworking Brent Skidmore – woodworking John Cogswell – meatals Jean Hicks – felt hats Joseph Cavalieri […]Read more ›
My first evening in Barcelona I taught a very informal workshop at Dudua located at c/Diluvi 5. Before the workshop I was horribly lost on the little streets of Vila de Gracia. Google Maps mapes it look so simple, yet I required the help of the locals! Once again the dog walkers directed me to where I needed to […]Read more ›