Wearable Media 2: Clothing and Code
Building on the material covered in Introduction to Wearable Media CSDM 1N43, students are introduced to sewable microcontrollers, sewable sensors and actuators. Students learn the introductory programming skills needed to create sophisticated, responsive, and flexibly wearable electronic projects.
Students will work with soft and sewable electronics, textile/garment construction methods, and the 'hacking' of existing garments. Students must bring their own laptop computer to the course.
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