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  2. Giacca interattiva .
    Stylist: Alice Ziccheddu.
    Interaction Designer: Barbara Martinazzi & Carolina Travi,

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  3. We are in the Golden Age of the Makers! Doesn't matter what you make...music, art, poetry, food, robots, software, apps, electronics, whatever!...and so my story begins. First I started making music, then records, then drawings, then wire sculptures and then I discovered the Arduino. For anyone who is half artist - half engineer, the Arduino is a great microcontroller to help you realize your ideas. After playing around with it for a year I finally got serious and made these Super Brite LED Sneakers that I could wear around town with pride. They are driven by two RBBB Arduinos which are tiny and wearable (they're strapped to my ankles in this video as a matter of fact). These LED Sneakers display 6 different patterns and are controlled by magnets. To get under the hood and make a pair of your own, check out my Instructable at instructables.com. Other stuff I've made can be found at iamjen.com

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  5. The TEI 2011 Superhero Fashion Show took place on Monday 24th January 2011 in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal as part of the 5th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (ACM TEI 2011, tei-conf.org/11).

    12 teams devised and exhibited wearable superhero costumes in a competition for 3000 USD of prizes. Full details of the teams are online:

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