July 9, 2014 AT 11:00 am
Posture Wristwarmer #WearableWednesday
Hannah Perner-Wilson is working on a therapy gauntlet with Katharina Bredies:
Challenge: To design a circuitboard that connects to two knit stretch/pressure sensors embedded in the stulpe (German for wrist warmer). The circuit should read the values of the resistive sensors, visualize when sensors are triggered (threshold exceeded) with coloured light and sound alarm (speaker beep or vibration motor?) when both sensors are triggered for certain amount of time.
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