Make: Volume 43: Wearables

Make: Volume 43: Wearables

by Jason Babler (Editor)


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As electronics have shrunk and power requirements have gotten less demanding, it's no surprise that we're starting to wear our electronic creations. Today's microcontrollers are tiny micro-sized computers that can be embedded into many projects--especially wearables. And they are perfectly happy running off a coin cell or rechargeable lithium polymer battery. This issue explores the latest trends in microcontrollers, with a special focus on wearable and lightweight boards. With 34 projects inside, you can build everything from a smart watch to your own electronic garments. A special section on Intel's Edison tells you everything you need to know about this powerful, inexpensive, and lightweight board.In this issue:

  • Electronics, wearables, and microcontrollers
  • The "Mech Runner" 25 MPH boot
  • DIY conductive ink
  • Adafruit FLORA projects
  • Electronics meet fashion
  • Software-defined Radio
  • 3D printer reviews
  • Fun things to CNC

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ISBN-13: 9781457183867
Publisher: Make Community, LLC
Publication date: 01/30/2015
Pages: 116
Product dimensions: 8.20(w) x 10.60(h) x 0.30(d)

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