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Tricked Out Arduino Watches

by on Jun.24, 2010, under DIY Wearables, Wearables, WW Wish List

Sparkfun Watches

This is wearable hotness.

Maker Faire  participant Matthew Garten has created two Arduino Watches using Sparkfun materials. The Steampunk theme is probably the  favorite, but the Biopunk theme watch covered in stingray skin (??!) is pretty awesome too.

Steampunk Sparkfun Watch

The watches use trackball control,  draw pictures, play games and connects to a glove with a myriad of sensors to collect a variety of data.

Temp. sensing glove attachment

Instructions can be found on Instructables and more information on Optimized Force.

We tip our hat to you Mr. Garten

Via [Sparkfun]

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Janet Hansen Will Light Up Your Stage

by on May.14, 2010, under Fashionable Wearables, Wearables

MIA in Janet Hansen

Kanye in Janet HansenJanet Hansen is President and Chief Fashion Engineer of Enlighted Designs, Inc., a California based business that creates custom illuminated clothing.  With over 10 years of experience, she founded the business to create her ideal position as a light-up clothing designer and it has taken her further than she ever anticipated. With a growing celebrity clientele that includes Kanye West, MIA, Daft Punks and Katy Perry (just to name a few) Hansen has mastered illuminated clothing for the stage performance. Janet is a one stop shop for light up clothing.  She makes her own controller circuits and seems to have a real pulse on making solid light-oriented wearables. Her company offers everything from ready-to-wear limited edition pieces like hats, ties and bras,  to more Lady Gaga-esque custom orders that fulfill your every visual need.  

Interested in learning how to light up your own pieces? Check out Janet’s Instructables on a LED and EL based designs.

Via [MrLightPainting]

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WiFi Dectecting Bumper Sticker

by on Feb.04, 2010, under DIY Wearables, Wearables

wifi bumper sticker

We all know and love ThinkGeek’s Wifi Detecting Shirt, but modifying it to add to a your car is dork-tastic! Instructables has a relatively easy project to upgrade your car from chic to geek. Not sure how useful it is, but we imagine it can make any traffic bound geek pretty happy.

Via [Instructables]

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Stroke Sensor

by on Jan.14, 2010, under DIY Wearables, Wearables

Stroke Sensor

This is a neat DIY offered on Instructables; a switch that turns on an LED light by literally stroking the hairs of conductive and resistive thread. Using  neoprene to hold each thread, the user’s strokes turns on a LED light powered by a 3V coin cell battery.  Simple, practical and cost effective.

A lot of potential in the wearables world. Imagine gloves that when worn and rubbed together trigger the heating element, instantly warming the user’s hands.   Could the threads be sensitive enough to detect wind movement?  We’re very curious.

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