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eTextiles Arduino Crafting Workshop this Saturday

reactive fabric controlling LEDs

reactive fabric controlling LEDs


When: February 2, 12:00 to 5:30

Agenda:

We’ll intersperse lessons with small projects. You’ll learn what an Arduino is, and how to sew it together with fun glowing, noisy things on a scarf or hat or shoes or whatever we find that we can work thread through. We’ll have a break with sandwiches so that no one goes hungry

What to bring

Required: Yourself, a laptop, and $42 dollars if you go home with an Arduino, else $20.

Suggested for maximum fun:

  • scrap fabric, zippers, buttons and notions
  • junk toys with keypads, switches, speakers, etc.
  • old gloves, scarves, hats and such
  • scissors, pliers and other small hand tools

Class size:

We have room for 20 people and some overflow, but we only have 20 Floras to give out. We’re using┬áthis meetup to handle RSVPs: eTextiles using Arduino

If you can’t make this workshop then sign up for the next workshop on March 2 here: eTextile Workshop

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