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dianaeng

dianaeng

Fashion + Technology Diana was a contestant on Project Runway season 2, graduated from RISD, and currently lives in New York City.

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For the past few weeks I have been covering preparations for the Fairytale Fashion Show at Eyebeam on CRAFT and Make: Online. The Fairytale Fashion Collection uses technology to create magical clothing in real life. Electronics, mechanical engineering, and mathematics come together to create clothing that changes colors and transforms... Read more »

I am getting ready for my first NYC runway show, the Fairytale Fashion Show, on February 24th at Eyebeam. I am writing about some of the preparations, on CRAFT and Make: Online. This show will be a technology fashion collection developed at FairytaleFashion.org, where technology is used to turn make-believe... Read more »

I am getting ready for my first NYC runway show, the Fairytale Fashion Show, on Feb. 24th at Eyebeam. I am writing about some of the preparations, on CRAFT and Make: Online. This show will be of the technology fashion collection developed at FairytaleFashion.org, where technology is used to turn... Read more »

I am getting ready for my first NYC runway show, the Fairytale Fashion Show on Feb. 24th at Eyebeam. Over the next couple of weeks I will be writing about some of the preparations on CRAFT and Make: Online. This show will be of the technology fashion collection developed at... Read more »

I am getting ready for my first NYC runway show, the Fairytale Fashion Show, on Feb. 24th at Eyebeam. Over the next couple of weeks, I will be writing about some of the preparations, on CRAFT and here at Make: Online. This show will be of the technology fashion collection... Read more »

Detectair is a project by Genevieve Mateyko and Pamela Troyer that uses an air quality sensor to detect and communicate pollution levels to the wearer through embedded lights in the garment. Then the wearer can pull the collar up over her face to protect against pollutants. A nice idea, for... Read more »

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  • 02/03/2010 @ 8:16 pm
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Using a low power amateur radio transmitter and a simple light bulb receiver circuit, we see how radio waves and electromagnetic induction transmit energy and signals wirelessly through the air. We also see how dipole and Yagi antennas radiate their energy in different patterns. Read on to build your own... Read more »