[Lab] e-Textiles - heated hand warmers / mittens - gear to beat winter

Darcy Whyte darcy at siteware.com
Mon Oct 21 17:15:36 EDT 2013

I'll help.

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On Mon, Oct 21, 2013 at 5:04 PM, Bucko <bucko at buckoart.com> wrote:

> Hi Modlabbers,
> Is there anyone with experience working with e-Textiles?
> I would like to create some custom hand warmers for my hands. My hands are
> severely contracted so it is always
> difficult to put mittens on and they often get cold anyway due to poor
> circulation.
> Recently, I bought some heat pads from Sparkfun along with a LilyPad and
> temperature sensors. My dream would
> be to have my stylus stick out of the hand warmer so I can still use my
> iPhone and be able to control heated clothing
> with the iPhone.
> I realize I still need another component to bridge communication between
> the LilyPad and iPhone. The first step is
> to create some custom clothing with the heat pads installed for manual
> use. The hands are my first priority but heating
> other parts of my body would also be helpful.
> I will pay for all material costs and would be willing to pay a commission
> as well for the making of such e-Textile
> clothing.
> If this sounds like a project that interests you please be in touch!
> Thanks!
> Bucko (Chris)
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