Dr. Thomas Kinsman shares:
I am very excited to share with you the results of some of the women-in-computing.
Suppose you wanted to use your Circuit Playground on an armband, and a head band, and a wrist-strap, but did not want to buy three of them. Or, suppose you wanted to take the computer out of your clothes so that you can wash them. (To avoid stench. Yuck.)
We have created a holder that you can sew onto your clothes, and pop the Circuit Playground and a LiPo battery in and out of. The battery is held in with double sided tape, and the Circuit Playground is held in with friction.
This was created, in part, so I could use it as an arm band when walking around at night.
download the files on: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2481304
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