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Nov 3
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Jennifer Crupi's Gesture Jewelery

A few weeks ago, I discovered the wonderful work of Jennifer Crupi while visiting the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design.Part prosthesis, part fine jewelery, the collection hits a sweet-spot between art, craftsmanship, and critical design.…See More
Aug 24
meg commented on Syuzi's blog post The Resurgence of Mass Customization: What It May Mean for Wearable Tech
"great post!  i know of at least one small player in this field: http://dressfactor.com/ but there must be more.  it seems like a pretty good business model for something between bespoke and pret-a-porter..."
Aug 13
meg's blog post was featured

Energy Addicts Asks: How Far Will You Go?

Naomi Kizhner's critical design work Energy Addicts is a collection of three parasitic jewelery pieces that harvest energy from the wearer's body.The…See More
Aug 10
meg's blog post was featured

Temporary NFC Tattoo

A lot of the exciting "future is now" stuff we see online these days comes with the caveat that it currently only exists in a secret underground university laboratory. Unfortunately, like generations of humans before us, we too must wait for the future.That's why I'm pretty excited to see the Motorola + VivaLnk digital tattoo project available to buy for a buck (US) each (in packs of ten) and ready to roll:…See More
Jul 28
meg's blog post was featured

eTextile Exhibition at Summer Camp 2014

If you're lucky enough to find yourself in the tiny French village of Poncé-sur-le-Loir from 28-31 July, you are in for an e-textile treat! As part of the eTextile Summer Camp 2014, there will be an exhibition showcasing some of the work of the participants.Yellow…See More
Jul 24
Glenn Zucman commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"did someone say... Online? oh, yes! Compass H2O made a development website: CompassH2.Org"
Jul 1
meg commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"haha, glenn, great to see you had such a great time at the extreme wearables designathon, i did too!  i was really impressed by the range and talent of participants.  hopefully there will be a report online soon that we can feature here on…"
Jul 1

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Making the digital physical. Embedding computation in textile. Trying to keep the magic smoke inside the components.

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Make It Wearable Winners

Drumroll please... The winner of Intel's Make It Wearable development track is:

Nixie, a wearable, flying selfie-cam!

Yes, the above image is a rendering and at first glance it may look like a bulky piece of hardware,…

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Posted on November 3, 2014 at 8:30pm

Make It Wearable Finalists

The ten finalists of Intel's Make It Wearable Build It development track will be announced today, 3 November in San Francisco.  Your intrepid reporter is there to get the scoop. :)

You can participate by watching the live webcast NOW on makeit.intel.com and you can add your voice to the fan vote using the same link.

Yesterday, each team presented their hard work to a panel of judges and guests. …

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Posted on November 3, 2014 at 12:00pm

Jennifer Crupi's Gesture Jewelery

A few weeks ago, I discovered the wonderful work of Jennifer Crupi while visiting the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design.

Part prosthesis, part fine jewelery, the collection hits a sweet-spot between art, craftsmanship, and critical design.…

Continue

Posted on August 24, 2014 at 9:14pm

Energy Addicts Asks: How Far Will You Go?

Naomi Kizhner's critical design work Energy Addicts is a collection of three parasitic jewelery pieces that harvest energy from the wearer's body.…

Continue

Posted on August 10, 2014 at 3:02pm

Temporary NFC Tattoo

A lot of the exciting "future is now" stuff we see online these days comes with the caveat that it currently only exists in a secret underground university laboratory. Unfortunately, like generations of humans before us, we too must wait for the future.

That's why I'm pretty excited to see the Motorola + VivaLnk digital tattoo project available to buy for a buck (US) each (in packs of ten) and ready to…

Continue

Posted on July 28, 2014 at 8:36pm

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