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April 21, 2014 AT 11:37 am

Ask your Wearables Questions! LIVE Wearable Electronics with Becky Stern 4/23 2pm ET

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What questions do you have about wearable electronics? Ask them now in the comments, and you could win our live giveaway!

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3 Comments

  1. Nathan Espinoza

    I’m new to electronics and Adafruit and have enjoyed the learning process! My question is in regards to shape memory alloys or muscle wire and wearables. Have you used them before and if not how do you recommend getting started.

  2. What would be the best Micro controller to implement into a DIY laser tag system? It would need to power like 4 LEDs, 2 IR recievers, 2 IR LEDs, and a tactile switch. Also what should I use to attach the sensors to a person’s head?

  3. What sewable/washable/flexible material would you recommend to use as a defuser? I have used batting and white fleece but it gets bulky by the time I defuse neopixels or sequins enough have nice soft even back lighting.

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