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Make It, Wear It: Wearable Electronics for Makers, Crafters, and Cosplayers

Make It, Wear It: Wearable Electronics for Makers, Crafters, and Cosplayers

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Publication Date: August 29th, 2018
Publisher:
McGraw Hill Tab
ISBN:
9781260116151
Pages:
176
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Create your own stylish, electronics-based wearables―for all experience levels
This fun TAB guide shows you how to dream up, design, and assemble fashion-forward wearable electronics, garments, and accessories in no time. Make It, Wear It: Wearable Electronics for Makers, Crafters and Cosplayers clearly explains cutting-edge sewing, crafting, and electronics techniques and features a series of easy-to-follow projects using readily-sourced components and tools. You'll see how to embed the latest technologies into your garments, including Arduino, color sensors, and Bluetooth―you'll even explore laser cutting and 3D printing
Projects include:
-3D embellished T-shirt-Fiber optic fabric scarf-Festival fun hip pack-Solar backpack-Starlight fiber optic skirt-Programmable sewn circuit cuff-LED matrix clutch purse-And more

About the Author

Sahrye Cohen is the founder and chief designer of the San Francisco-based tech couture design group, Amped Atelier. Amped Atelier designs have been featured on the runways of San Francisco, California, and Calgary, Canada, and for Fashion Week in Xiamin, China. Sahrye teaches workshops on wearable electronics for costumers and cosplayers and has published articles on 3D printing in Make Magazine, and on cosplay techniques in The Virtual Costumer.Hal Rodriguez is a maker and programmer and the chief technologist with the San Francisco-based tech couture design group, Amped Atelier. He has over 20 years programming experience and has published articles on 3D printing in Make Magazine.