Soldering and sewing: A Nashua class about adding electronics into your clothing
Posted by David Brooks | Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Electronics doesn't have to live in plastic boxes; you can add it to your shirt or shoes. That's the idea behind the "wearable technology" subset of the maker movement, a.k.a. "soft circuits". It's a new idea to me, although I've certainly seen those kids' sneakers which light up when they step.
For people with my manual dexterity, this field offers an opportunity to stab yourself and burn yourself, in one outing! Such efficiency.