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Wearable Tech Projects

30 projects to make, sew, and wear!

by Sophy Wong

Wearable Tech Projects

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Book Description

We've gathered up the best bits of wearable technology from the first two years of HackSpace magazine for this amazing book. Its 164 pages are packed with step-by-step tutorials and inspirational projects to help you add a unique look to your wardrobe! Ditch the circuit board, step away from the computer: it's time to use your tech skills to make your clothes electronic. You'll find projects for sewing, 3D printing, laser cutting and programming, so whatever medium you choose, you'll find inspiration and help getting started.

- Get started with electronics and programming;
- Sew your own circuits with wearable components;
- Stand out from the crowd with light-up clothes;
- Make replica sci-fi accessories.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Wearable Tech Projects ebook for free in PDF format (35.1 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Wearable tech
Section 2
Sew lighting into a hat
Section 3
Custom LED snowboarding goggles
Section 4
Light up your wardrobe
Section 5
No code needed: LED shoes
Section 6
Light-up bag
Section 7
Colour-sensing clutch bag
Section 8
Smart backpack
Section 9
Handy Sampler
Section 10
Audio-reactive NeoPixel mask
Section 11
Add lights to a cosplay helmet
Section 12
Wearable game controller
Section 13
NFC data cuff-links
Section 14
Modular NeoPixel patches
Section 15
Write with light!
Section 16
3D-printed jacket mod with LEDs
Section 17
Laser-cut NeoPixel necklace
Section 18
CNC embroidery with Turtlestitch
Section 19
Glowing LED skirt
Section 20
Cool tools for wearables
Section 21
LilyPad ProtoSnap Plus
Section 22
Bearables Badge Kit
Section 23
Circuit Playground Express
Section 24
Pac-Man Halloween
Section 25
TinyLily Mini
Section 26
Smart backpack
Section 27
Pimoroni NFC nail stickers
Section 28
How I made MINI.MU glove

Book Details

Wearable Tech Projects
Computer Science
Raspberry Pi Press
PDF Size
35.1 MB

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