"Hands-on-Warm" is a project born to meet fashion and well-being; comfort and health care.
The project is designed to build a pair of gloves to improve the quality of life from people who suffer of extreme cold sensitivity due to health conditions (e.g. Raynaud's Disease), even if they are indoors, and want to be dressed in a more ornamental look than a medical one.
Combining fingerless gloves knitted on regular yarn and wearable electronics components that will respond to the stimulus provided from the environment and the skin of the user.
The weight of the components is minimal, so it won't affect regular activities. The gloves are fingerless in order to not limit the grip to perform fine movements.
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