techniques for soft electronics


How to get what you want is a rich resource for anyone working in wearable technology – whether you’re looking to to knit your own stretch sensor, solder conductive fabric or crochet a pressure sensor, you can find detailed instructions on this site. It’s the most expansive repository of techniques for prototyping the electronics of the future, when hard and impersonal objectss will (hopefully) be replaced by soft, crafted artifacts. The site is a product of Distance Lab researchers Hannah Perner-Wilson and Mika Satomi.

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