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epoxy buy, materials, components
Inflatable Dress Diana Eng 2003 diy, interaction, wearable, no hide electronics, change shape and colours, dress, cloth accessories tech, social
Diana Eng, in collaboration with Emily Albinski, created this gorgeous dress way back in 2003, which ended up making its way on the cover of ID Magazine. The designers used this project to explore how they could use electronics to change the shape and color of a gown. The dress inflates to allow you to change itís shape. Pump up the back or the sides to change its silhouette. The designers made no attempt to hide the electronics, rather, they exposed the spaghetti-ball of wires and components as the main aesthetic.
Interactive Wear (Interactive Wear) Solar and other mobile power systems, Garment heating systems, Entertainment and communication systems, new applications, innovative products, garment industry, solutions, Electronics textiles, collaborations, research, company, Lighting solutions, Textile interconnection components, wearable electronics, sports, healthcare, workwear
Interactive Wear AG was founded in May 2005. The company headquarters are located in Starnberg near Munich, Germany. The company emerged from the complete acquisition of Infineon Technologies AG's wearable electronics activities.
magnets (Aimants Neodyme) magnets, materials, components, buy
Making Things Talk Tom Igoe 2007 electronic components, diy, ebook, book
Through a series of simple projects, this book teaches you how to get your creations to communicate with one another by forming networks of smart devices that carry on conversations with you and your environment. Whether you need to plug some sensors in your home to the Internet or create a device that can interact wirelessly with other creations, Making Things Talk explains exactly what you need.
Nitinol (NDC) 1991 material, shape memory, wire
NDC offers Nitinol expertise from start to finish. From providing Nitinol materials produced to the most stringent mechanical specifications and with the highest purity, to delivering the most delicate and intricate implantable Nitinol devices and components on the market, NDC has unmatched Nitinol knowledge and experience.
Plug and Wear Riccardo Marchesi (InnTex) material and components, Conductive textiles, LED, textile, fibres, arduino, sensor, buy online, diy, Sensitive fabrics, one-stop-shop, Light emitting fabrics, Microcontrollers, Accessories
Plug-and-Wear, a one-stop-shop offering materials and components specifically targeted to eTextile creators has opened it's shopping doors. Plug-and-Wear is the brain child of Riccardo Marchesi, Managing Director of InnTex, an Italian based textiles and textiles machinery company with 55+ years experience in the textile industry.
Sefar (Sefar) manufacturer, fabric, monofilament, coating, screen printing, company, business
Leading manufacturer of monofilament precision fabrics for customer-tailored solutions for separating, coating and dosing in industrial processes, filter components, screen printing and architectural applications.
sensors (Jameco) buy, components, sensors, robots, shop, store
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SparkFun (SparkFun) online shop, buy, company, electronic parts, components, yarn
SparkFun was founded in 2003 by Nathan Seidle, then a University of Colorado - Boulder engineering student. From meager beginnings (Nathan's college apartment), the company now employs over 60 people in an office in the outskirts of Boulder, Colorado. The SparkFun crew works in various departments such as engineering, marketing, production, shipping, and keg replenishment, all united in one common goal - Sharing Ingenuity.
stretch / biflex sensor buy, sensors, stretch, flex, components
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Yala Sofa Elliat Rich Design Laminex, plywood, digital print, Thermochromatic ink, stainless steel components
The Yala sofa was inspired by watching how local aboriginal people engage and enjoy each other's company whilst digging up the Yala bush potato, a rich source of bush food for the people living in the harsh central desert of Australia. The social opportunities afforded by the activity are celebratory and indicated by the plant's flowering. After leaving the Yala sofa, remnant warmth of the body activates images of glowing Ipomoea flowers as a reminder of intimacy and comfort. They become a symbol for empathy reflecting a connectedness with the Pintupi people who share similar company.