Hey everybody, I’m doing a FLORA workshop as part of Eyebeam’s Computational Fashion series of events! The workshop will take place at SVA’s Visible Futures Lab and is geared towards designers and crafters with little to no electronics/programming experience. Tech+Textile: An Introduction to Wearable Electronics Workshop:
Learn the basics of making your own wearable electronics! Join Adafruit’s Becky Stern for a hands-on tech+textile workshop using the FLORA Arduino-compatible microcontroller. Get an up-close look at many of the electronic fashions showcased in Adafruit’s tutorials (Becky will bring a garment rack of goodies for show and tell), and get a glimpse of the vast creative possibilities of the FLORA platform. Then dive in with your own FLORA Budget Pack for a guided intro to programming your own colorful LED animations. You’ll leave the workshop inspired to incorporate electronics into your own designs, and with enough momentum to be able to follow/customize any Adafruit FLORA tutorial!
Then take home the Flora Budget Pack, included in your workshop fee at a discounted rate!
Limited enrollment– sign up now before this workshop fills up!
Tech+Textile: An Introduction to Wearable Electronics Workshop
Date: 21 Jun 2014
Cost: $100 (Materials Included)
Venue: School of Visual Arts Visible Futures Lab, NYC
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