As we discussed further about the concept and meaning of the wearable piece, we decided to switch the role of the two interactions. Visual feedback will now become the supplements of the piece… Continue reading
Believe It by Shelly Simcha, presents a perspective towards “throwing away potential”. It explores the opportunities that lie with a common unwanted material. In these garments, Simcha used lint found in dryers. The… Continue reading
Constructed a basic touch sensor circuit out of two aluminum foil sheets, a cut up sponge, a battery and a LED.
A beautiful crochet pattern found on a dress today. It is possible to corporate such feminine details on our final artifact, since our piece speaks about the identity of woman.
An installation piece by Eric Rieger that uses 84 miles of colored strings to compose an interpretation of the sun. I find it very interesting yet very powerful that strands of narrow and thin material can compose such a big impression lasting image. Perhaps, we can use this as an inspiration for the “hair” structure.