Pole dance – Strain sensor+ LED experiment

Craft & Design Technology

This is interesting, an interactive pole dance experiment that uses strain gauges to change the lighting and colors by Daito Manabe + Motoi Ishibashi. The best part about this video is you get to see a couple Japanese hacker/maker/engineers test it out. Well, at least that was my favorite part.

Somewhat related, here’s a nice exchange about using a strain gauge from a scale to weigh a keg, clever!

6 thoughts on “Pole dance – Strain sensor+ LED experiment

  1. asdadad says:

    Who wants to see nerds pole dancing?

  2. andy says:

    unfortunately those of us that read make blog do…

  3. D says:

    I love it when male nerd strippers shake the pole like they’re strangling a turkey.

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