I visited with Mattori at BlueStamp Engineering in the Young Maker’s tent to talk to him about his project. He had had a great time attending this summer program making Minty Boosts and other kits before starting a dedicated project: a wearable glove that tells you which way to turn when you point, based on GPS.
This was his first experience working with conductive thread, and he looks forward to experimenting with other wearables in the future.
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