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June 25, 2014 AT 9:00 am

Illuminated Wearable Materials Class 6/29 at NYC Resistor #WearableWednesday

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Don’t miss NYC Resistor‘s wearables events coming up!

June 29th 1-4pm: Working with Illuminated Wearable Materials

Want to add blink to your wardrobe? Want to light up the night at Burning Man or the next NYC dance party? This intro class covers materials for illuminating your outfits. With a mixture of hands-on tutorials and demos we’ll teach you how to incorporate LEDs, NeoPixels, EL Wire, and fiber optic filament into your wearables.

This is an assembly-only class, no programming, but we will be providing some basic code to get you up and running. You are welcome to bring an outfit to add NeoPixels to, or we will provide a fabric swatch to practice on. Don’t forget your laptop! Get your tickets here.

Instructors for this class include team members responsible for our recent and on-going collaboration with the Brooklyn Ballet, adding blinky technology to the dancers’ costumes.

Then check back later for more info on these upcoming classes!
July 12 and 13th 1-4pm: Programming NeoPixels
July 26: Make-Along


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