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Kate Hartman

Kate Hartman

Kate Hartman is an associate professor at OCAD University in Toronto where she leads a research and development team dedicated to exploring body-centric technologies in the social context.

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Kate Hartman shows you how to choose sensors for your wearable projects in an excerpt from her book Make: Wearable Electronics. Read more »

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At the Social Body Lab we’re always on the hunt for the best tools for prototyping wearable electronics projects. Here are some of our favorites from 2014. LilyTiny + LED Strings A great shortcut for those who want some dynamic light patterns but don’t want to fuss with programming, Sparkfun’s LilyTiny board... Read more »

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And then I got a turn

On November 22nd & 23rd I spent inspiring weekend at the Toronto Mini Maker Faire. Now in its third year, this was by far the largest with an estimated attendance of approximately 10,000 people. It was hosted at the Toronto Reference Library, home of some neat new Digital Innovation Hubs. The... Read more »

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Last week I had the opportunity to attend and speak at Smart Fabrics 2013 in San Francisco. Smart Fabrics is the most interdisciplinary conference I’ve been to in a while. As Stacey Burr (member of the conference advisory board and VP of adidas Wearable Sports Electronics) said in her opening... Read more »