Blinky Wearable Workshop Session 4
Sunday, July 28, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Washington, United States
Blinky Wearable Workshop
A fun workshop for beginners (no soldering or programming!) and experienced makers, who are interested in trying out simple 'soft' circuits and wearable electronics. Using your unique design + fabric, conductive thread, sewable battery holder, coin cell batteries, and LEDs, we'll make blinking, wearable creations during this four-hour session. Wear your creation home!
This workshop includes:
Class time (introduction to Inkscape, an open-source graphic design program & fabrication techniques using a laser cutter), one-on-one guidance, machine time, materials and supplies, demos, and a chance to meet other makers.
What to bring:
• Lap top computer with charger and download of Inkscape (or, use one of our desktop computers)
• Optional ~ bring your sketches of shapes, designs
Questions? Email: fab(at)fablabdc.org
When & Where
FAB LAB DC
About Fab Lab DC ~
You Can Make It in DC !
Innovation, Education, Job Training,
Business Incubation &
New Product Development
In the spirit of MIT’s Fab Lab community outreach project, FAB LAB DC is a high-tech, fabrication laboratory/community workshop in the heart of the Nation’s Capital to advance creativity, innovation, and collaborative projects.
FAB LAB DC fosters the creative community by providing access to digital fabrication technology, rapid prototyping, and the global Fab Lab network. Fab Labs enable people to use technology to create, experiment and produce, shifting the paradigm away from people merely “consuming” technology toward using technology to create solutions.
With a focus on life-long learning and emphasis on investigative teamwork, FAB LAB DC is bringing a range of educational opportunities for people of all ages, including access to the international Fab Lab network and Fab Academy, which extend opportunities for information sharing, research, and broader social impact.
FAB LAB DC is for local community members, life-long learners, inventors, entrepreneurs, creatives, and professionals.