Imogen Heap’s Music-Controlling Gloves #WearableWednesday

Cool performance by Imogen Heap, Q&A on the glove controller below:

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1 Comment

  1. Hi Becky! I couldn’t find the #WearableWednesday video on YouTube, so I hope you catch this.

    My latest project has taken me (finally) into the realm of NeoPixels connected to Flora. I’m basing my project off of the new Touch and Go turnstiles at Walt Disney World where an NFC/RFID card is placed up to a touch point and the light glows green upon successful confirmation.

    My question is; is there a way to embed an NFC/RFID sensor into Flora or Gemma to cause a certain reaction to occur? ie. correct NFC/RFID chip is swiped near the sensor and the NeoPixels turn green, and if the wrong chip is swiped, the NeoPixels flash red.

    Thanks for your help!

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