I was zinging around and found this most excellent video about washing your wearable electronic projects by Becky Stern over at Adafruit. It is worth a the watch. [via laughing squid]
Stickers that really rock… as components!
I came across these little components from Chibitrontics the other day and the very concept was juicy. As somebody who does a lot of prototyping for sewing and crafting project the interchangeability of these components was really intriguing. The best information on on the stickers is on their crowdsupply.com page. [via hackaday]
LED Prosthetics for an awesome halloween make-up
This is a super neat idea that could be leveraged as is or in less expensive formats. Generally just super cool as always from Becky Stern. [via makezine.com]
Solar Charging Handbag, or dress or whatever
This AdaFruit tutorial much like other works by Becky Stern is easy to follow and results in a fairly neat project. I came across it while researching how to solar power my garden lights without a ton of collectors showing all over. [via Makezine.com]
Simple Brass Chandelier
Brass alway has a might fine look… and I adore simple. This project is accessible and not crazy spendy. The project by One Kings Lane has a lot of room to expand on and customize. [via manmadediy.com]
Failure to pulsing responsive EL wire
So the music they chose was a little rav-a-riffic but imagine it done to say the music from the Guns of Navarone? Months of Failure lead up to this EL panel dimmer that pulses to the music via hackaday.com
http://lilypond.media.mit.edu/ Cool little e-textile project site.