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Signal Jammer Pants #WearableWednesday

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Heath Wagoner writes:

In this instructable I hacked a pair of Levi’s 514 jeans to turn on/off a device. In this hack I used an Adafruit Flora Board, the code below, conductive fabric, conductive thread, wire, a battery pack, fabric, needle, and thread, and in my case the device I decided to use was a signal jammer.

Using those materials I assembled a simple circuit that can be competed by touch both pieces of conductive fabric with a ring (preferably one designed by Heath Wagoner NY)

The pants that I made are designed to disrupt the electronics of a partner or friend that is distracted from you in an attempt to get them to interact more with the world around them.


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