I’ve spend two days working on the @cocoon application. I got a lot of help from Rob, Eric and also from Wim. Despite all our hard work we didn’t manage to get the integrated piece to work. It’s interesting how I had to scale down the functionality as development progressed. From the interactive prototype that […]
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The hardware finished just in time for the catalogue picture. Thanks again to Hans, my lovely model. So this is one of the five breathCatchers to be used in the performance.
I’ve been working with plastic and paper to create different device prototypes. I was very happy with look of the plastic prototype. I want the design to be light: The part I like most is where I stitched the plastic together with nylon thread: But when I did 30 minutes of meditation wearing the device […]
I’ve made some progress with the breathing_time hardware. Together with Richard (I was his ‘lovely assistant’) we soldered all the parts on a compact board. It will be much easier and more wearable to work with.
Pete Hartwell shows how HP’s ultra sensitive accelerometer can be used to detect heart disease by measuring the phase between a patients breath and pulse.