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How to get the cute geeks to talk to you at this year's holiday party? A groovalicious eTextile blinky-blink party tutu! SImple, fast, fun and effective eTextile project ...
TuTu - ready made or make one yourself Aniomagic button schemer Aniomagic lightboards - I ordered 3 sets of 5 light boards in Red, Green and White Conductive ...
Thread your needle with conductive thread. Be sure the needle fits thru the holes on your electronic parts. Sew the positive and negative traces that will connect to ...
Sew the lightboards to the tutu following the pattern you have designed. Each board is marked with a series of dots indicating the boards address. This address determines ...
Because I am using this tutu for a performance the battery needs to be easily and frequently accessible. I simply taped the conductive thread directly to the battery. This ...
Using Aniomagics programing set your LEDs to behave the way you wish. Write your program and hold the schemer button up to your computer screen. This works on ...
Yes, every geek large and small, girl and boy will want to talk to you! Go ahead - loose control at the office party and spill a drink ...
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