selected press & etc.
May, 2008. Fashionable Technology, Springer, New York, NY, USA
April 9, 2008. My Life in a Video Game (Batteries Not Included) New York Times, New York, NY, USA
November, 2007. Elektrokleider selbst genaht. Tages-Anzeiger, Zurich, Switzerland
October 8, 2007. Look out, Logan: Software is soft wear. Boston Globe, Boston, MA, USA
October, 2007. Light and Breezy Tank Top. Popular Science Magazine, New York, NY, USA
July, 2007. Wearable Technologies, Portable Architectures and the Vicissitudes of the Space Between. Architectural Design Journal, John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
March 5, 2007. Des vetements de mode intelligens avec D'Jeuns2. La Liberté de l'Est, Senones, France. (This article reports on a workshop I held in Senones, France with collaborators Jean-Baptiste LaBrune, Maurin Donneaud Vincent Roudaut, and the group HyperWerk.)
March, 2007. Electronic Textiles Light Up the Fashion World, Offer New Platform for Research and Education. CU Engineering Magazine, Boulder, CO, USA.
February 5, 2006. Gadgets Say It All. Denver Post, Denver, CO, USA.
reprinted in the Taipei Times: Geek chic goes from mainstream to 'mystream'.
February, 2006. Opvallen doe je zo. Sprout Magazine, the Netherlands.
selected blog coverage
I am falling behind on collecting...do a search ;)
Discovery Channel News, MAKE, hack-a-day, cnn.com, bbc.com, talk2myshirt, 21f, edgy project, we make money not art, bioject
we make money not art, MAKE, igargoyle
Engadget, Pasta and Vinegar, hack-a-day, MAKE, grynx, everything and nothing, substandard analysis, extreme craft
June 9-13, 2008. Electronic Fashion Science Discovery Course.
May 16, 2008. Denver Dorkbot Presentation.
Computational Textiles as Handcrafted Personal Computers.
April 5-6, 2008. Reconfigure Performance (Giant's Eye).
Dance performance with collaborators Ali Crocket, Nicole Predki, and Hunter Ewen.
December 3, 2007. Boulder Handweavers' Guild.
Fashion Show and Presentation
June 18-22, 2007. Electronic Fashion Science Discovery Course
With help from Jaime Catchen and Ali Crocket, I held a week long Science Discovery Course titled "Electronic Fashion".
April, 2007. Reconfigure Performance (ATLAS Circus).
Dance performance with collaborators Nicole Predki and Michael Theodore.
November 12, 2006. MuSE E-textile Workshop
With Nwanua Elumeze, Elisa Giaccardi, Sophia Liu and Nicole Predki, I'm held a 1 day workshop with local artists, performers and engineers. Participants used the e-textile construction kit to build their own e-textiles.
September, 2006. Electronic Fashion Course at DSST
I taught a month long course called "Learn to Make Your Own Electronic Fashion" to 9th and 10th graders at the Denver School of Science and Technology.
July 31 - August 4, 2006. Science Discovery Course
With help from Danielle Harlow, Bud Talbot and Julie Schneider from the School of Education, Nwanua and I are teaching a week long class titled "Wearable Electronics and More!" as part of the Science Discovery summer program.
July 24 - 25, 2006. Sewing Circuits at Gold Crown
I held a sewing circuits workshop with middle school kids at the Gold Crown Computer Clubhouse.
July 24 - 25, 2006. Sewing Circuits with High School Students
Nwanua and I held a sewing circuits workshop with high school honors students visiting CU.
April-May, 2006. New Vista High School Workshop
Nwanua and I are teaching an eight week workshop class called "Learn to Make Your Own Electronic Fashion" at New Vista High School.
April 9, 2006. Gold Crown Computer Clubhouse visit
Nwanua and I gave a demonstration to girls from the Gold Crown Computer Clubhouse.
March 13, 2006. Sewing Circuits at CU's School of Education
Nwanua and I held a sewing circuits workshop with undergraduate students in Education as part of their course on how to teach elementary school science.
February 21, 2006. Presentation at Boulder High School
Nwanua and I gave a presentation about our research in Dan Zahner's Design and Technology class.
February 1, 2006. Sewing Circuits at CU's School of Education
Nwanua Elumeze and I held a sewing circuits workshop with Educational Psychology graduate students.
January 31, 2006. Presentation at CU's GameDev Club
Nwanua Elumeze and I gave a presentation about our work in wearable electronics to CU's Video Game Developer's Club.