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Buso, A. (author), McQuillan, H.L. (author), Voorwinden, M. (author), Karana, E. (author)
In this paper, we explore how textile-form thinking, i.e., the simultaneous design and construction of the textile and form, can be leveraged as a strategy to embrace and unlock the performative potential of woven interactive textiles to building towards more intuitive interactions with woven interactive textiles in our everyday. First, we...
conference paper 2023
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Lindeman, Pim (author), Steijlen, A.S.M. (author), Bastemeijer, J. (author), Bossche, A. (author)
One of the major challenges associated with e-textiles is the connection between flexible fabric-integrated wires and rigid electronics. This work aims to increase the user experience and mechanical reliability of these connections by foregoing conventional galvanic connections in favor of inductively coupled coils. The new design allows for...
journal article 2023
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Lindeman, Pim (author)
Distributing power and data around a garment is a common problem in sensor enabled e-textiles, as connecting separate electronic subsystems together using connectors and wires has proven to be unreliable and cumbersome. In this work a solution is presented that will eliminate the connectors by using two pairs of short-range wireless inductive...
master thesis 2022
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Boerkamp, Ilonka (author)
The aim of this project was to design a new lighting product for the company Fatboy. In Figure 1 an abstract overview is shown of the project process, consisting of three main phases. <br/><br/>Fatboy is a Dutch design brand that provides accent furniture products which bring more (fun) to living. The company is especially known for its...
master thesis 2018
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Lund, Anja (author), van der Velden, N.M. (author), Persson, Nils-Krister (author), Hamedi, Mahiar M. (author), Müller, Christian (author)
Conducting fibres and yarns promise to become an essential part of the next generation of wearable electronics that seamlessly integrate electronic function into one of the most versatile and most widely used form of materials: textiles. This review explores the many types of conducting fibres and yarns that can be realised with conjugated...
review 2018
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Rooijakkers, M.S. (author)
This graduation project has been executed in cooperation with Philips Research and Holst Centre, within the Platform for Large Area Conformable Electronics by InTegration (PLACE-it) project. The scope of the project is to identify required developments for OLED textile, to fulfill the needs of future users and minimise the environmental impact....
master thesis 2011
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