Archive for the ‘LilyPad’ Category

Leaf Planetarium Lets You Watch The Stars From Bed

Thursday, September 1st, 2011

[t3chnolochic] made a leaf planetarium based on IKEA design and Arduino.

Long story short, 400 ft of fiber optics, 6 power LEDs, and a lilypad arduino later, I present to you, my giant twinkling leaf planetarium.

Want to make one yourself? She wrote an Instructable about it.

via [T3chnolochic]

Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

A collection of  projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

A collection of projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

A collection of projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010Arduino Lilypad Collection 2007-2010

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

A collection of  projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

A collection of projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

A collection of projects made with the Arduino Lilypad / 2007-2010

via [BenBashFord] source [LeahBuechley's Youtube]

Clothtylophone

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Inspiring.

Lilypad how-to: getting started

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Lilypad Arduino is the only sewable microcontroller in the 20 $ range. You need a programmer to burn your sketches on the tiny Atmega 328 on board.  You can use a standalone FTDI breackout boiard or another Arduino. Check this tutorial for more info about it.

There are many resources online about how to use lilypad, besides wonderful Leah Buechley’s lilypad home, you have to give a look at Open Softwear (from 1scale1). It is a free book (CC-NC-SA-2.5) introducing basic concepts about microcontroller programming.

The 104 pages long document was made by T. Olsson, D. Gaetano, J. Odhner and S. Wiklund. It contains tones of illustrations, an introduction to programming, help in the use of conductive materials, and explanations about basic electronic components. It is perfect for beginners and fashion-oriented technologists. It was designed for people using the inexpensive Arduino USB board, but from here it should be possible to jump into using other systems like Arduino Lilypad.

Via [lilypad home] [Arduino Blog]

LilyPad how-to: Bike Patch

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

If you enjoyed this very simple blinking-led tutorial on Arduino lilypad, you may want to go a little bit further and try more leds.

via [Craft Magazine Youtube]

Lilypad how-to: Blinking led

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

If you want to try Arduino lilypad and wearable computing, these are the first steps.

via [CRAFT Magazine Youtube]