Designing with Smart Textiles – ancillary tutorials

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The Internet of Soft Things project has contributed to material for a new book on Designing with Smart Textiles, shortly to be published by Bloomsbury (see listing here).

This post lists the ancillary tutorial material listed in the book. Each link will take you to a short tutorial. Links will be added as material is developed.

See also the longer integrated projects making a HUG ball and using a crochet stretch sensor.

01   open circuits – using pop-studs and applique  [pdf]

02   using personas and scenarios [pdf]

03   using service design [pdf]

04   working with thermochromic ink []

05   making electrically sound connections []

06   working out resistor values []

07   using conductive jersey []

08   choosing a battery []

09   making a slider using a zip []

10   knit a variable resistor []

11   using action art to inform materiality and input []

12   writing pseudocode []

13   transfer your first stitched circuit to a breadboard []

14   make your LED blink []

15   transfer stitched in series and parallel LED circuits to a breadboard []

16   programme LED behaviour []

17   analogue input to Arduino []

18   driving a motor from Arduino []

19   make a basic LED circuit with the Lilypad Arduino []

20   design a circuit on the breadboard and transfer to a textile system []

 

Content and images have been developed by Sarah Kettley, Martha Glazzard and Sarah Walker.

Citation: Kettley, S. (2015). Designing with Smart Textiles. London: Bloomsbury.

 

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