After making the Intel Curie Pattern Matching dress, I used Intel Curie module again to make this dress. This time, I used tinyTILE for its small form factor. It is designed for Helen for a special event, so I name the piece Helena.
TinyTILE is attached on the wearer’s right arm. As they move their arm, for example when they are dancing, the accelerometer in Curie will sense the movements and control the colors and patterns of the optical fibers flowing from the shoulder.
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