Electronic GeekBag

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Website https://github.com/Mariemurasaki/Electronic-Geek-Bag
Contact shinnamon@gmx.de
Description We will show you how to make your own geeky bag with a cat, ghost or self designed motive and blinky LED-eyes (even programmable if you like).

No experience with sewing or electronics necessary – just bring some curiosity and a bit of time. We provide a quick and easy-to-make version but also a sophisticated version that is programmable if you like. Just drop by and have fun!

Members Shinnamon, Teschi
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions create self-organized session
Subassembly of Team23
Tags sewable electronics, arduino, sewing, lilypad, wearables
Registered on 30 November 2016 17:08:23
Location for self-organized sessions yes
Self-organized session notes Make your own geekbag with blinking LEDs and sensors!

We will show you how to make your own geekbag with a cat, ghost or self designed motive and blinky LED-eyes (even programmable if you like). No experience with sewing or electronics necessary – just bring some curiosity and a bit of time. You can buy all the material that is needed directly on place.

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Location
Note: The location on the map does not represent a reservation of a location and might not represent the actual place, where a assembly can be found. The place can be changed within the form of the assembly by anyone. It will be updated by the assembly itself on day 0 or day 1 as soon as the actual location is known.
Orga contact teschi@team23.org
Brings ALL THE sewing stuff

Documentation Kits

Projects Sitting together with people and helping them building their own Electronic-Geekbag.

Which is an (open-source) project we came up with, to teach life forms (even the young ones) about: - Wearable electronics - Arduino

Uses money yes we handle money
Plays TING no
Plays TING skills {{{Plays ting skills}}}
Character of assembly just a gathering space
Seats needed 2
Extra seats 5
Assembly specification
Planning notes If possible, place us next to the "Team32" Assembly, because there are members from there that will also take care of the Geekbag Assembly.

We bring some desk lamps (which shouldn't be too much of a problem for our neighbors) and a sewing machine, but we don't have any special needs. We plan to sell kits at pretty much the prices we bought them

past congress review This will be the second time.

Last year went very well and we were happy with the location and the round table.

* http://www.heise.de/bilderstrecke/bilderstrecke_3057111.html?back=3057100;bild=3 (3 Bilder)
* https://events.ccc.de/congress/2015/wiki/Assembly:Electronic_GeekBag

The Assembly and Workshops will be similar (apart from us having more kits, which we sold out on day 2 last time)

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Electronic GeekBag

- a workshop assembly for electronic sewing -


What?

We like to get you interested in sewable electronics. Therefore we put together a project we call "GeekBag" to give you a project to try this out for yourself.

We have kits (a limited amount), support, all the tools you need.

So just drop by and hang out, discuss whatever sewable related stuff and if you like, build yourself a bag.


Bag?

The "easy" kit is ~10€ and contains:

  • the bag
  • a motive
  • a coin-cell holder
  • 2 LEDs


The "smart" one is ~30€ and contains:

  • the bag
  • a motive
  • a Microcontroller-Board (Adafrutit-Gemma)
  • a brightness sensor
  • a LiPo-Battery
  • either 2 normal LEDs or 2 NeoPixels


a LiPo charger is sold separately for 7€ if you need one


The "smart" bag can be programmed by Arduino and we have example code that:

  • turns off the eyes when the sensor gets bright
  • occasionally blinks, winks and some 'hypno'-animation


ElectronicGeekBag1.jpg ElectronicGeekBag2.jpg ElectronicGeekBag3.jpg


Were?

We'll let you know when we know ourselves (We'll also try to make us findable via c3nav)


Resources?

All workshop material is free (CC-BY) and can be found on GitHub:

https://github.com/Mariemurasaki/Electronic-Geek-Bag

which includes:

  • Documentation (including examples where you can buy the parts yourself)
  • Shapes
  • Source Code