The Piano Glove group began by sewing the Adafruit Colour Sensor to the index finger on the glove, and then tried to position the Flora microcontroller on the top of the glove. It took a short while figuring out the best position for it and they began sewing the glove together. The Neopixel was then also placed on the glove, and tucked under some of the other wires holding it in place.
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