E-textiles. Being a robot?

Organized by:

SG Programas de Innovación

Happening at:

Community of Madrid, Spain

From Monday, September 23, 2019 10:00 AM
to Thursday, September 26, 2019 12:30 PM

Description:

Participants are going to create a wearable gadgets. Nowadays smart clothes are more and more important, some smart clothes use advanced textiles with interwoven circuitry, while others implement sensors and additional hardware to give it its smart functionality. Many smart clothes can connect to an app or program on a secondary device. Participants will design different solutions for a common issue.

This activity is for:

  • Employed adults

Main themes:

  • Mobile app development
  • Robotics

Tags:

  • Robotic
  • e-textiles
  • smart clothes

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