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Project #7 Art & Text
wood, spray paint, sharpie, a speaker, the viewers interaction
24x24x24

johncantor 2016-04-06 21:40:56

Project #6 Mapping
pencil, pen, collage (maps), acrylic paint
~10×10

Sewing

Sewing LED’s to fabric was one of the most creative things that we have done yet. Whether you sewed them to your backpack, your clothes, or just a piece of felt, anything that people decided to make turned out to be cool. I wanted to create a sort of button the I could press by … Continue reading “Sewing”

Project #3: 3D Printing

Using Tinkercad, a website that offers easy-to-use 3D design tools, I recently constructed a model of the USS Enterprise, a starship from the television show Star Trek. This was relatively simply, as the ship is mainly made out of geometric shapes such as cylinders and ovals.  Once I had designed the Enterprise, I began the printing […]

Through The Textiles And The Flames- Dragonforce

Y’all already know who it is. So my buddy approaches me last week. “You like needles?” he says. “I try to avoid ’em if possible” I reply. “Well check this out!” A glimmering piece of felt appears from behind my ear. Light shone like the sun from the intense LED. I already know what you’re gonna ask. HOW? E-Textiles. That’s… Read more →

E-Textiles and Owls

Before this project, all I knew was that LEDs were these:  After attempting to put together an E-textile, I realized there are many other forms.  In my case, I used sewable LEDs in order to thread conductive thread through fabric so I could make a circuit.  Here is what the sewable LEDs look like: While […]

E-textile

At first, E-textiles really complicated me. I had a hard time understanding the whole wiring system and what not. After looking at some diagrams its started to make much more sense. I started by just putting some LEDs on a little piece of fabric. After putting that together I learned…

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