LilyPad Arduino Programming
Saturday May 25th 11-18:00, Open Tech School workshop at Coop Berlin This workshop is more of a tutoring session for up to 3 participants and aims to be a super quick and basic introduction to programming an arduino lilypad, as well as personalized help building specific projects or getting started.
Arduino meets Wearables Workshop
Thursday 9th May 2013, codemotion, Berlin arduino meets Wearables: What can your clothing do for you?
eTextile Summer Camp 2013
The eTextiles Summer Camp 2013 Call for eTextiles Practitioners! The eTextiles Summer Camp (eTextile-summercamp.org) is a five day event that brings together expert practitioners of eTextiles and Soft Circuitry in one place to share their knowledge and skills through hands-on workshops, and facilitate discussions around their practices. We are looking for makers, designers, engineers and [...]
E-Textile Live Performance Workshop
2013, Paris/France This workshop is currently in planning and will be announced once date and location are confirmed. Initiators: Marcela Rozo, Jimmy Hertz, Maurin Donneaud, Martin De Bie, Cristobal Karich, Nancy Boehm, Jb Labrune, Mika Satomi, Hannah Perner-Wilson The aim of this week-long workshop is to bring together performing artists already working with technology (or [...]
E-Textile Knitting Circle
Every first Tuesday of the month, from 7pm onwards, at the Fablab-Berlin A monthly get-together for sharing, making and debugging all things eTextile related! Link >> http://www.fablab-berlin.org/de/e-textile-knitting-circle/
July/August/September 2013, Nadelwald, Berlin Workshop to be announced… In this workshop participants will sew a fashionable bike jacket with integrated blink signals.
Secret Garden Party: 25-28 July, Cambridgeshire Wilderness: 8-11 August, Cornbury Park, Oxfordshire Shambala: 22-25 August, Market Harborough, Leicestershire Workshops not yet confirmed. More info soon.
Crochet and Code
September/October/November 2013, Bratislava and Trencin, Slovakia To be confirmed >> http://col-me.info/
Tinkering with Textiles & Electronics
Saturday 13 April 2013, 1-6pm, Betahaus, Berlin Friday 26 April 2013, 11:30am-4pm, Betahaus, Berlin as part of the General Assembly Artisan Weekend This workshops combines textile crafts, new materials and electronics to build interactive fabrics. Participants will be introduced to a range of conductive fabrics and threads as well as a selection of electronic components [...]
Soft & Tiny Pillow Speaker Workshop
Sunday 24 February 2013, 1-6pm, Betahaus Maker Weekend in Berlin, Germany This workshop is a good introduction to making soft circuits and writing some basic arduino code. Instead of learning how to program an Arduino, participants will learn to use an Arduino to program an ATtiny microcontroller, the difference being that the ATtiny microcontroller is [...]
Designing for the loop Workshop
November 23, 24 2012, at the V2 Sweatshop event in Rotterdam/The Netherlands Designing for the loop is a two-day workshop that focuses on eco-conscious eTextile design, developed by artists Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson in collaboration with sustainability expert Andreas Köhler. Participants debate issues of sustainability in eTextile design on the basis of several hands-on [...]
Soft & Tiny Arduino Workshop
16, 17, 18 November 2012, Atelier Nord, Oslo/Norway Link >> http://ateliernord.no/en/workshop-soft-tiny-quiet-arduino-workshop/ Sign up >> http://ateliernord.no/pamelding-soft-tiny-quiet-arduino-workshop/ What are we missing? That we can’t buy in the store or online, that nobody has ever thought of because they don’t know our unique habits, strange abilities or eccentric desires?
Embroidered Speaker Workshop
September 28th 2012 This workshop will be held as part of Catarina Mota’s Tech Crafts class at ITP in New York. Participants will embroider fabric speakers based on the following kit: >> http://www.etsy.com/listing/110290369/embroidered-speaker-kit
Human Hacked Orchestra
Sunday August 26 2012, at the Shambala Festival in England, UK Electronic instruments, sonic soft-circuits, mechanical melodies…
Embroidery gone Electronic
July 28+29 2012, 10am – 5pm, MQ, Vienna/Austria Info and registration: email@example.com Location: Raum D, MuseumsQuartier
Wednesday June 13 2012, SF FASHION+TECH Wearable Tech & E-Textiles Meetup at TechShop San Francisco, USA Venue: TechShop SF, Conference Room, 926 Howard Street
E-Textile Open Lab at CNMAT
Monday and Tuesday June 11th and 12th 2012, 11am – 5pm Adrian Freed and Hannah Perner-Wilson will be at CNMAT (UC Berkeley Center for New Music and Audio Technologies) hanging out with paper folding experts (Monday) and messing around with electronic textiles, and other strange and interesting materials (Tuesday). Come join us for these days [...]
DEAF: Crafting the Future Workshop
Date: MAY 17-18 Location: Post, Rotterdam The Netherlands, The workshop is a part of DEAF festival workshop leaders: Joris van Tubergen Florian Horsch Menno Van den Berg Brian Peters David Braam Mili John Tharakan Mika Satomi The workshop theme was to combine two different “crafting” techniques, 3D printing and Textile techniques, to come up with [...]
Electric Embroidery Tuesday
December 13th 2011 and January 3rd 2012, 5:30-8:30pm This workshop is not open to the public, but will be held as part of One Love Generation‘s mentoring sessions in Atlanta, GA. The aim of this workshop is to explore embroidery as a contemporary medium, in terms of both content and material. Participants will use conductive [...]
Technology + Textiles: E-textiles for textile and fashion design projects
Time: Feb 2nd – March 23rd, on Thursday 13-17, Friday 9-17 weekly Location: The Swedish School of Textiles, Borås, Sweden Lecturer: Mika Satomi The course is already finished. For details please visit the course website >> http://stdl.se/technology_textiles You can see each week’s tutorial under “Course Note“, and student’s final work under “Final Project” This is [...]
Electric Embroidery Monday
December 5th and 12th, 5:30-8:30pm This workshop is not open to the public, but will be held as part of One Love Generation‘s mentoring sessions in Atlanta, GA. The aim of this workshop is to explore embroidery as a contemporary medium, in terms of both content and material. Participants will use conductive thread to embroider [...]
Handcrafting Textile Sensors in Vienna
June 2 2011, 7pm, 3 hours, 15 participants, at Miss Baltazar’s Laboratory in Vienna/Austria If you have, PLEASE BRING: Knitting needles, crochet hook, multimeter, alligator clips, thread, yarn, fabric scraps and an arduino board as well as your laptop with Arduino and Processing software installed. WHERE: Museumsquartier, Tagr TV / Transforming Freedom Space WHO: women [...]
Toy Piano T-shirt workshop
Location: The Swedish School of Textiles, Boras Sweden Date: 8/12 Wednesday 10.30-16.30 9/12 Thursday 09.00-16.30 10/12 Friday 09.00-16.30 This workshop is for Textile Design 3rd year students to have a hands on experience on smart textiles and get familiar with basic electronics. We will modify a toy piano into a wearable instrument in this 3 [...]
Wearable Sound Toy Orchestra
27+28 November 2010, 14:30-18:00, Mostra Sesc de Artes, Sesc Pompeia, Sao Paulo, Brazil max 15 participants The Wearable Sound Toy Orchestra is a workshop and a performance. No matter what your previous experience is with textiles and/or electronics, this workshop will teach you how to turn cheap electronic sound toys into wearable instruments.
Solar T-shirt Workshop
Location: Kunstraum Walcheturm Kanonengasse 20 – 8004 Zürich Date: Nov 20 (Saturday) 10.00 – 17.00 Location: [plug.in] St. Alban-Rheinweg 64 – 4052 Basel Date: Nov 21 (Sunday) 10.00 – 17.00
Handcrafting Textile Mice
16+17th August 2010, DIS Conference, Aarhus, Denmark 9 participants, 2 days >> Workshop Website
Sewing an electronic circuit
Location: Himbeer Atelier, Linz, Austria Date: Aug 13th, 14th (13-17h) Aug 20th, 21st (13-17h) Aug 27th(13-17h) In this series of workshops, you will be introduced to conductive textile materials and ways to use them. There will be a small introduction to microcontroller programming and beginner electronics. The aim of the workshop is to get familiar [...]
Games Workshop II
Location: Interface Cultures, Kunstuniversitat Linz, Austria Time: 31th May,1st, 2nd June, 2010, 10-17h This workshop introduces interaction and physical interface design topics through hans-on projects.
MAKING TEXTILE SENSORS FROM SCRATCH
Location: LIWOLI 10, Kunstuniversitat Linz, Austria Time: 15th April, 2010, 11-17h
Handcrafting a textile sensor from scratch
March 25 2010, SIDeR, UID, Umea, Sweden 10 participants, 3 hours Participants will be able to make their own fabric sensors and then connect it to a multimeter, LED or an arduino+Processing to visualize the sensor data.
fabric meets electronics
Location: The Swedish School of Textile Date: March 22-26th 2010 In this five days workshop, we aim to experiment with the mapping of the body movements and technological audio/visual feedbacks. The workshop start with introduction to arduino, and basic electronics circuit knowledge. We will also explore with Farmata library for Arduino to exchange data with [...]
Wearable Sound Experiment II
15-18th March 2010, Atelier Nord, Oslo, Norway 10 participants, 4 days Wearable Sound Experiments, or why does my knee bark and my armpit squeak? This four day workshop introduces basic soft electronics techniques for constructing fabric sensors and wearable circuits. Instead of using soldering irons and wire, we will use sewing needles and conductive thread.
Making Textile Sensors from Scratch
January 27 2010, TEI, Cambridge, MA 15 participants, 6 hours This workshop will explore the use of low-cost materials and tools to build textile-based interfaces. We will introduce a range methods for handcrafting textile sensors and circuitry.
Handcrafting Textile Sensors from Scratch
14 December 2009, AIA, Lisbon, Portugal 15 participants, 6 hours Constructing textile sensors and circuitry from available and affordable materials and tools. Implementing these in interaction scenarios to explore the qualities of textiles in human-computer interaction.
MATERIALS & CRAFTMANSHIP
28th + 30th September 2009 IDC, Chalmers University of Technology and University of Gothenburg as part of the Physical Computing course Gothenburg, Sweden
25th September 2009 Smart Textile Salon Ghent Belgium
Bend, sew, touch, feel, read
25, 26 July 2009 Constant, foam, okno, nadine Brussels, Belgium To explore the possibilities of bringing electronics closer to bodies and plants we are organizing a workshop in which you will learn how to use textiles and electronics to interact with humans and plants.
Wearable sound experiment
16-17 May 2009 V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media Rotterdam, The Netherlands We provide participants with: Hackable sound devices and programmable controllers, DIY fabric sensors, conductive fabrics and threads, lots of stretchy fabric, thread and sewing machines…
Interactive Solar T-Shirt
1 February 2009 Plug.in Basel, Switzerland This workshop aims to be an introduction into soft fabric electronic circuits and a DIY concept of wearable technology. Both in our own projects and in workshops we choose to introduce affordable, available, off-the-shelf materials, basic techniques and detailed instructions, so that workshop participants can continue to develop their [...]
5-6 December 2008 DIY Art and Technology Festival Zurich, Switzerland This workshop aims to be a short introduction into simple soft fabric electronic circuits. The materials used are cheap and off the shelf, so that the practice introduced in the workshop can be continued at home. Sewing, soldering and experimenting with materials is not hard [...]
Game controller hack
also: Massage me: How to get what you want This workshop references the motivations behind creating Massage me. We wanted a free massage, so we decided to modify an existing scenario for our benefit. Participants are encouraged to consider alternative interaction scenarios concerning console gaming and must think about how different, and possibly soft input [...]
Sewing Fabric Sensors
This workshop gives a basic overview of how to get analog output from fabric pressure and bend sensors into the computer.