StretchEBand: Enabling Fabric-based Interactions through Rapid Fabrication of Textile Stretch Sensors
CHI, pp. 2617-2627, 2017.
The increased interest in interactive soft materials, such as smart clothing and responsive furniture, means that there is a need for flexible and deformable electronics. In this paper, we focus on stitch-based elastic sensors, which have the benefit of being manufacturable with textile craft tools that have been used in homes for centuri...More
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