Interactive e-textile Workshop with Arduino LilyPad

etextile-workshopAdrian Freed, Research Director at CNMAT (Center for New Music and Audio Technology) gave us a hint about open places for the second Interactive e-textile Workshop with Arduino Lilypad which has been added due to the huge demand the first workshop starting on July 25 generated and has been ‘sold out’ within short time.

The second Interactive e-textile Workshop with Arduino Lilypad starting on Aug. 15 has still some places available but if you are interested to join you better hurry up and reserve your seat.

CNMAT promotes, produces and presents the creative interaction between music and technology. A satellite of the UC Berkeley Department of Music, CNMAT is an interdisciplinary research center, drawing participants from many university departments including physics, mathematics, electrical engineering, psychology, computer science, cognitive science and music.

During the workshop participants will learn how to connect fabric pressure, stretch, bend, and displacement sensors to the LilyPad e-sewing computing platform and sew connections to arrays of leds and sound makers.

No sewing or programming experience is required to join this workshop which takes place at CNMAT, 1750 Arch Street, Berkeley, CA from August 15-16, 10 AM-5 PM

The workshop fee is $300.- which includes materials fee with LilyPad system you can keep after the class.

For more information and to sign up please follow this link.


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