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Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
Soft Circuits Workshop
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Soft Circuits Workshop

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  • 1. Soft Circuits Workshop Final Project Presentation NYU ITP Summer 2008 By Alex Kowal 1
  • 2. a soft wall lamp 2
  • 3. inspiration related projects ‣ Quilt Snaps Leah Buechley University of Colorado at Boulder ‣ Pummer Circuits ‣ Crafts/Knitting/Quilting “... art and engineering are not inherently distant from one another; there is no intrinsic reason why the two should not be investigated in tandem. We believe that the divorcing of aesthetics from engineering contributes to its lack of diversity.” The LilyPad Arduino: Using Computational Textiles to Investigate Engagement, Aesthetics, and Diversity in Computer Science Education Leah Buechley, Mike Eisenberg, Jaime Catchen, and Ali Crockett 3

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