Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Workshop with intelligent textiles


At the occasion of Kulturnat (culture's night), the Copenhagen IT University is organising an introductory workshop for intelligent textiles. If you want to sew your own soft circuit or play with heat-sensitive colors, that's the place to be on the 12th of october 2012.  No prerequisite is required other than curiosity!

Details  

DesignLab at the IT University of Copenhagen between 18:00 and 23:00 for Kulturenat on the 12th October 2012.

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2 comments:

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