Fuzzy sensor developer’s kit

Fuzzy sensor developer’s kit

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International Fashion Machines $99 fuzzy sensor developer’s kit –

Designed specifically for toy, fashion and other electronic product developers, The Fuzzy Sensor Developer Kit offers an up-close look at IFM’s patented fuzzy sensor technology. The kit is an outstanding vehicle for exploring the possibilities of product development in commercial and/or conceptual practices.

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6 thoughts on “Fuzzy sensor developer’s kit

  1. 3Newton says:

    Coud anybody please tell me what exactly this is?

  2. Stokes says:

    They’re apparently fuzzy, touch-sensitive textiles. They don’t seem to have coarse metal fibers like existing touch-sensitive fabric; I think they are capacitive sensors. Integrated into toys or garments, they’d work better and have less impact to the design than the current sorts of embedded switches.

  3. DaveBarak says:

    Yep, that’s what it is. I just downloaded the PDF product sheet. I work with exhibits for a local museum, and I’m anxious to find a way to incorporate this into a display.

    The company that makes the developer’s kit also sells a few ready-made items that use the technology.

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