Archives for posts with tag: Arduino

I’ll be exhibiting the Earthquake Skirt and Stock Market Lingerie at this TIFF exhibition for fashion, film and tech. Eventbrite tickets are available — come and say hi!

With a new 3D printer at the Social Body Lab, I’ve taken to upgrading the Kegel Organ by designing and printing molds, and later casting the “insertable tech” in silicone rubber. Still playing with the design a bit, but here is where I’m headed.

I’ll be exhibiting my data-driven wearable tech projects at the World Maker Faire in New York next month. Come by the E-Textiles Lounge and say hi!

See me at Maker Faire!

It’s funny how this particular project catches a lot of attention.  I’ve been approach by strangers who’ve seen the Youtube video, been asked to make these for people, had this project mentioned recently in Kate Hartman’s interview on Art21.org, and now tonight at Toronto’s Digifest, Tom Igoe, (co-founder of Arduino) spoke about the Kegel Organ.

Tom Igoe and the Kegel Organ

I co-taught a Lilypad Arduino workshop tonight at Interaccess with my perfectly nerdy colleague Ken Leung.  Here he is giving a lesson in coding to eager participants.  You can’t tell by the backs of their heads, but they are in love with microcontrollers now.

...and then he says "avrdude is not your friend"