Pressure point interface with SMD-LED’s. Not sure why the LED’s don’t light up when I power them with 1,2 volt…?
A variation on a pressure point interface using black thermochromic ink on a ring of fluorescent fabric. Glued the fabric and only supply 1,5 volt power. See the full gallery on Posterous
Acupressure points for reducing stress. These are ideal points for self help and can make interfacing easy and beautiful.
First sketch of new electrodes for e-Pressed. Galvanic Skin Response sensor electrodes made less obtrusive, hopefully. See the full gallery on Posterous
Meeting @ Anja’s house, 21-11-2008 from 12.00-17.00. Present: Anja, Barbara, Danielle. Most of our time we spend on clarifying our concept and writing it down. This is the final result: Goals – Visualize inner states – Create awareness – Promote interaction – Promote well-being – New way of communicating/making contact Introduction These days people […]
A couple of weeks back I had a look with Richard at the software for reading the data from our sensor. I found it hard to make sense of the data and so did Richard 🙂 There apparently is a lot of noise from the sensor itself which obscures the results / makes them hard […]
Present: Anja, Barbara, Danielle. From 14.00 – 21.30 (including meal and meditation) This afternoon we redid the version 3 sensor. We replaced the stiff wires by soft once in different colours. The Velcro was replaced by elastic band to make the sensor fit tighter around Danielle’s tiny fingers. We also sewed the LED and light […]
On Friday 25/07/08 Richard and I have worked on the sensor. The makeshift one was too unstable to give reliable results. We used Barbara’s felt prototype as a starting point. It soon became clear that the stiff wires we used didn’t go well with the soft felt. It’s hard to wear the sensor around the […]
Meeting at Anja’s studio from 15.30 – 20.15 Present: Anja, Barbara, Danielle. We met up to discuss the design of the sensor on which Barbara had been working. She’d made a few prototypes with black felt which are very promising. They should be worn around the tip of the finger and can incorporate the parts […]
26-06-2008 from 11-15.30 @ Barbara’s, present: Anja, Barbara, Danielle (from 11:45) We had a great time testing the new heart-rate sensorand combining our results into a graph. Our heart-rates varied from 61 to 84 (we had the Suunto watch as a back-up) but although the graphs looked very different when we counted the dents the […]