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The Touch Glove is an interactive piece intended for a user to experience the touch environment in a new and exciting way. Now, understanding texture ...
Materials: 1 Aniomagic Schemer (Emerald) 5 Aniomagic lightboard sets (Emerald) 1 Aniomagic Custom Sensor – Circle 1 Aniomagic Plastic Battery Holder (...
Using your cotton fabric trace your hand about ½ inch larger than it actually is making sure that the index finger is separated from all other fingers...
Assemble all 5 sets of LED Aniomagic lightboards in their rows (25 total LEDs), making sure that the 1-5 dots follow each other in a sequence. The pos...
Be sure that all positive sewed rows connect together to have one thread output; the same should be done for the negative rows. All loose ends should ...
Test your 5x5 LED light square using your alligator clips, the Aniomagic schemer and custom board. Instructions on how to use the schemer can be found...
Assemble your touch sensor for the index finger. This can be assembled by cutting out three small squares (about the size of your finger tip) of the r...
To attach the touch sensor into the glove, place it approximately where your fingertip would touch inside the glove. Next using non-conductive thread,...
Attach the third hand cutout to the back and begin sewing all three cutouts together using the non-conductive thread. Make sure to leave about 3-4 inc...
Turn the glove right side out and hook-up your alligator clips connecting the LED fabric panel to the glove, battery and accompanying boards to test a...
Next begin to sew the schemer, custom board and battery holder to the glove using the conductive thread. Make sure to not cross any positive lines of ...
Attach the LED panel cuff to the top of the glove, making sure to connect the positive and negative thread line to the correct ports.
Insert the battery, try the glove out and have fun with it!
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Posted:Jun 9, 2011
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