via MOTHERBOARD In 1941, George de Mestral, a Swiss engineer, noticed his dog was covered in burrs after a long walk in the Alps. Fourteen years and many microscope slides later, de Mestral patented the hooked design for Velcro, inspired by the burrs. Velcro is probably the most well-known form …Read More »
What Is the Body Language of Protest? #WearableWednesday #wearabletech #Arduino #art « Adafruit Industries – Makers, hackers, artists, designers and engineers!
Manchester, UK is exploring gesture and protest in a surprising art project that is part of the Smart Cities CityVerve program. A post on Alphr explains the artist’s inspiration for SUPERGESTURES. Ling Tan, the designer and artist behind the project, references everything from black power salutes to the arms-crossed gestures …Read More »