Join Becky Stern, Adafruit’s Director of Wearable Electronics, for a challenge kick-off LIVE Google+ hangout on-air!
Learn what wearable electronics is all about and get inspired by a multitude of DIY projects you can build at home!
Submit your “Get Closer” project at element14’s page for your chance to win some cool FLORA gear.
We hope you’ll come away feeling confident and energized to create your own wearables.
What: Live wearables broadcast with Becky Stern & friends at Adafruit
When: Wednesday July 10, 2pm ET
Where Adafruit’s Google+ page: http://plus.google.com/+adafruit
We want to know your questions about developing your own DIY wearables, the FLORA platform, working with conductive textiles, and more.
Ask your questions on twitter with tag #GetCloser.
Go to http://plus.google.com/+adafruit to watch live.
2:05: “Get Closer” WEarables Challenge overview
2:10: Show & Tell with the best Adafruit wearables projects
2:40: Hangout concludes
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