This necklace is titled “Connected” and was created in 2008 with copper, nickel, guitar wire, glass. Its dimensions are 9” w x 5” h x 1/2” d. Each copper piece was made from an etched or hand stamped sheet of 18 gauge copper, which was hydraulically pressed into a acrylic mold/form and then cut, soldered with a backing, and oxidized. The center copper “on” button is set with a custom created glass piece. It is strung on a guitar wire and connected to a nickel 18 gauge wire.
iNecklace – Sophisticated. Elegant. Open Source. The iNecklace is a gorgeously machined aluminum pendant with a subtle pulsating LED. Perfect for the playa or with Prada. Made for women who celebrate art, science, engineering and great design. For any lady who loves technology and wants beautiful, geeky jewelry. Welcome to the future!
This is a new type of product for Adafruit, we want to create wearable electronics that are subtle, fun to wear and look classy.
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