I’m looking at an Electro-Fashion sewable PICAXE control board from Kitronik. There are a few wearable systems now that keep getting better and are getting easier to use and help people get started with so this was great to see another system, with a huge advantage of being low cost (just over a fiver) that it’s a great way to get a system prototyped. You can get up and running within an hour even with no previous knowledge or experience. Continue reading PICAXE for Wearables
I have launched ilyware for pre-orders in anticipation of the Launch Collection 2016. I am currently offering lower pricing for early interested adopters. The pre orders will enable me to further my research as well as get the products off the ground for the start of the new year. Continue reading LIMiTED: ilyware pre-order discount offer
I’ve included a list of my top 5 fabulous forums to go when you do need a little help, and keep in mind, if you see a project where you too have done a similar thing – please offer your help right back! Continue reading HELP! Five Fabulous Forums
Hello, I’ve been making things with Arduino for a little while now (mostly a mess and a few small fires!) but I love it so much that I want to help others who are thinking of giving it a try. I’d like to launch a short course on getting started with Arduino in under an hour, so you can see how quick and easy it is to create exciting little projects. Continue reading … I need your opinion!
The Wearable Technology show at Excel during March 2015 was a huge display of mostly current products on the market now. Queen Mary University of London was exhibiting there and our work was research based and mostly in prototyping stages which made it one of the most unique stands there. Continue reading Wearable Technology 2015 Excel, London
Hey just a little post, I came across this helpful link to the booklet for Wearable Technology Show that was made to support the show we put on at Excel in April-May 2015.
If you are interested in seeing information about all of the fabulous contributors as well as a little information about the programme and Queen Mary University then please download a copy!
There is also the contact information for the contributors and the uni in case you are interested in further information from anyone involved. Thanks Antonella for posting!