Wearable Electronics

@ HackCville

Wearable electronics are getting a lot of buzz these days from the futuristic Google Glass to DIY crafters lighting up their creations. Join us February 5th for a beginner-friendly, fun exploration of circuits, lights & sewing! We'll also use this time to make plans for a more advanced project workshop.


Intro to Wearable Electronics

Wednesday, Feb. 5th, 7-9pm

HackCville 9 Elliewood Avenue, Charlottesville, VA, United States

Activity:

Sewing with conductive thread, you'll make a circuit and create a battery-powered LED electronic bracelet.


Cost:

$5 for HackCville members and $10 for non-members due at the event.


Registration:

Space is limited & we want to make sure to have enough supplies, so please reserve your spot today!


Parking:

The best parking option is in The Corner Parking Lot between HackCville and the railroad tracks.



TechKim

Kim Wilkens is the founder of Tech-Girls. She enjoys sharing her technology background and skills with students of all ages. Through workshops, courses and presentations, Kim teaches web making, video game design, wearable electronics, app development, robotics and the fundamentals of computer science.