[Blabber] Early Winter Night Biking Gloves - Fashioning Technology
guan at yang.dk
Fri Mar 9 10:55:34 EST 2012
A tilt sensor would be a cheap way of doing something simple like that:
For example, the gloves would only light up for 30 seconds after being tilted.
On Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 22:58 , SuperLuckyCat wrote:
> I love the biking gloves, Guan. I had actually been thinking of developing something along these lines, being a cyclist myself. Nice that the conductive yarn allows touchscreen use as well. I had thoughts of using more complicated movement or gyroscopic sensing.
> Any other suggestions for wearables projects, send them my way! I'll be researching possible workshop themes and sending out suggestions for feedback late next week.
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> > From: Guan Yang <guan at yang.dk (mailto:guan at yang.dk)>
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> > This might be a good project for a wearable electronics workshop.
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