A Piezoresistive Fabric ‘Dataglove’ Using Safety Pins to Sense Stretch Data at Different Locations | #WearableWednesday
Another faaaaabulous project from How To Get What You Want – a ‘dataglove’ that uses beaded conductive thread attached to safety pins to create modular, relocatable points for sensing! This project builds upon previous ideas from HTGWYW and is just one of many of their e-textile dataglove designs.
A dataglove made from piezoresistive fabric with safetey pin connectors that can be pinned to different parts of the glove to capture stretch in different areas.
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