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Workshop Wearable Technology

Workshop Wearable Technology

CuteCircuit

CuteCircuit was founded in 2004 by Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz.

Workshop Wearable Technology

Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson (aka KOBAKANT) gave a two-day workshop on DIY wearable technology. The outcome of the workshop was demonstrated during ...

Wearable Technology: Kleding en techniek

An article by Anton Staartjes on 'Wearables' in the V2_Lab, in Kunst en Wetenschap, KM 78 (summer issue) 2011

Piem Wirtz on Wearable Technology

Piem Wirtz, project manager for Wearable Technology at V2_Lab, gives an insight into the various aspects V2_Lab gets involved in the field of wearables.

Piem Wirtz

Hands-on projectmanager in art, design and technology.

Intimacy Documentation

Progress documentation on the Intimacy project by V2_ and Studio Roosegaarde.

E-Textile Workspace

The E-Textile Workspace aims to offer an informal setting for both critical discussion around&about wearables, and for hands-on work on individual projects. It ...

Softswitch

"Softswitch technology" enabled wearable electronics.

The Archivist Speaks ... [3]

On May 26th of 2011 'Test_Lab Clothing without Cloth' explores new directions for wearable and fashionable technology. Here we have a look at some recent and ...

Hannah Perner-Wilson

Hannah Perner-Wilson (AT) is a designer and writes DIY instructions on wearable technology under the name Plusea.

E-Textile Workspace

Dutch-based E-Textile Workspace is a project and reflection for wearable technology.

AV Dutch

AVmotional Platform in Bucharest presents "AV Dutch," a night devoted to recent developments in Dutch audiovisual culture. The program includes film, music, ...

Wiretap 5.04 - Wearable Technologies

A program with Derrick de Kerckhove (CA), Rob van Mechelen (NL), Wolfgang Strauss (DE) and Monika Fleischmann (DE), moderated by Christine de Baan (NL).

Symposium TechnoSensual

Piem Wirtz gives a talk at the TechnoSensual End Symposium in Vienna. An evening with showcases and presentations marking the end of a very successful ...

V2_ at E-Culture Fair 2010

V2_Lab showed its innovations in wearable technology at the E-Culture Fair 2010 in Dortmund, Germany, at the end of August.

Sabine Seymour

Sabine Seymour (AT/US) develops "fashionable technology".

E-textile workspace Meetup

The first meeting of the E-textile workspace of 2017.

Wearable Turbulence

Seminar on wearable technology, part of the conferences program of DEAF04.

Mika Satomi

Mika Satomi (JP/AT) is a media artist, a researcher and an educator.

Test_Lab: Fashionable Technology

A Tweet shirt that twitters, a performance of The Perfect Human, a presentation of the Hugshirt, and a debate with experts in techno-ethics and wearable ...

Crafting the Future: Debate

During DEAF2012, with Moritz Waldemeyer, Anouk Wipprecht, Bernard Foing, Mika Satomi, Francesca Rosella, and moderator Syuzi Pakhchyan.

DMY Festival Berlin Invites E-Textile Workspace

DMY International Design Festival Berlin, 09-13 June 2010, has invited the E-Textile team to give a hands-on workshop at their Maker Lab space.

Wearable Technology as an Interface with Virtual Environments

The 4th E-Textile Workspace took place on 24 February 2010. We were joined by two students from the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht. Aduen Darriba and ...

Wearable Sound Experiment

May 16 and 17, 2009, V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media held a 2-day workshop on wearable technology lead by Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson aka ...

Finished Wireless RFID

For Aram’s residency, Simon de Bakker finished the wireless RFID boxes.

Anouk Wipprecht: Made in China

Dutch fashion designer and former V2_ “Summer Sessionista” Anouk Wipprecht is in Beijing to lead a Wearable Technology workshop at Tsingua University.

Lucy McRae

Lucy McRae (NL/AU) is an artist and body architect.

Performative Wearables

Since wearable technology pieces are often designed to be interactive, and in most cases are presented to an audience in some sort of way, we thought it was ...
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