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Sew together various soft electronic components to turn your favorite clothing item into a wearable waste of energy!These step-by-step instructions will show you how to combine fabric buttons, ...
So that the electricity can flow from the battery through the button or the pressure sensor to the component it needs a conductive connection. Since we are working ...
Once you have decided on the layout and design of your wearable you will have to plan in one 9V battery for almost every component you integrate. This ...
For this component you will want to follow the detailed instructions posted in this Instructable>>http://www.instructables.com/id/Fabric-Switch/ (coming soon...)
For this component you will want to follow the detailed instructions posted in this Instructable>>http://www.instructables.com/id/Flexible-Fabric-Pressure-Sensor/
Strip the ends of the short wires coming out of a small vibration motor (the kind you find in cell phones) make loops in the wire and solder ...
With a pair of small pliers curl the legs of the LED into little loops and sew these loops, using conductive thread, straight to the conductive fabric traces. ...
For the sun I simply cut a small circle of foam and then cut out a circle the size of the LED in the middle of that and ...
And that was that. I attached the batteries to their snaps and slipped them into the pockets and put on the sweater and pressed the button and the ...
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