final project post

–video -picture: -reflection: The first iteration of the M-Shirt is done. The shirt has 4 EL panels that light up at different sound volumes, which makes the shirt respond directly to music. Sound is read in at a microphone at the right shoulder and a microprocessor reads the live data […]

Weekly Update 6

This week we starting integrating the electronics with the shirt along with screen printing the design on the outer layer of the shirt. The screen printing was a done by both Sam and Stephen. Sam- Finished and tested the audio detection code. Now the EL panels light up to different […]

weekly update 5

Progress is a little behind schedule but the schedule had a lot of time blocked out for final touches which is can be left out. The biggest setback on the electronics side was the broken microphone, which that problem is now fixed. This week will be designated to sewing the […]

Weekly Update III

Progress so far is at pace. As an Estimate I would say we are 40% done, all of the electronics are collected and now are just testing the software. They can not be permanently hooked up until the shirt is done. Which is going to be a major hurdle, getting […]

Weekly Report II

In the past two weeks we have gathered all the electrical components and started to gather the fabric. Stephen gathered the fabrics and the blueprint for the t-shirt. Next week he will be starting to make the double layered shirt. The first iteration of the shirt will be a plain […]

Weekly Report 1

So far the early weeks have been off to a good, but a slow start, as we are still waiting on some of the components to be delivered. However we have used the past week to solidify design specs, and prep the components we do have for early testing. Stephen […]

M-Shirt (Music Visual Shirt)

Project Title: M-Shirt¬†(Music Visual Shirt) Project Team Members: Sam S, ¬†Stephen Project Description: A T-shirt with EL devices that respond with music. The goals is to stress the pattern of the t-shirt so that the lights are integrated very well. The t-shirt should be the commercial grade, and be wearable […]