Sarah Kettley
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Sarah Kettley commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT
"it was loud, we were distorting....but fun all the same, and lots of cool projects and people :)"
Jan 25, 2010
Angela Sheehan commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT
"It's beautiful in person though it's too loud here tonight to fully appreciate."
Jan 25, 2010
Peter Gregson commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT
"Come say hi! Yann and I are going to be making some craaazy new music!"
Jan 25, 2010
Syuzi commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT
"Amazing! Love the video! Cello Shirt Rehearsal from The Amazing Rolo on Vimeo."
Jan 25, 2010
Angela Sheehan commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT
"Can't wait to see this!"
Jan 25, 2010
Sarah Kettley posted a blog post

the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT

The Aeolia team are thrilled to be taking the cello garment to Tangible and Embedded Interfaces 2010 at the Media Lab, MIT this week.The garment is part of the Aeolia project on stretch sensing on the body. Whereas the backs used commercially available material, this piece uses our own explorations in knitted stretch sensing, created by Martha Glazzard at Nottingham Trent University using conductive yarn from Bekaert.The garment is also an…See More
Jan 25, 2010
Sarah Kettley commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post textile stretch sensing
"oops, sorry for the delay replying - only the centre piece is knitted, the black garment is embroidered, and the grey is woven. Each has incoporated channels to carry the stretch sensor by Merlin Robotics (UK). For more details on how the project…"
Oct 29, 2009
Syuzi commented on Sarah Kettley's blog post textile stretch sensing
"Thanks Sarah! These knits are beautiful. Are these the stretch sensors you incorporated into the garment?"
Sep 14, 2009
Sarah Kettley posted a blog post

textile stretch sensing

I was really lucky recently to work with some brilliant textile specialists to create these forms looking at aesthetic approaches to embedding stretch sensing.Aeolia by Sarah Kettley in collaboration with Tina Downes (embroidery), Martha Glazzard (knit), Nigel Marshall (weave) and Karen Harrigan (fit).Playing with the Merlin carbon rubber stretch sensor in various textile structures. With support from New Media Scotland, the Drapers Trust and Nottingham Trent University. We want to explore this…See More
Sep 14, 2009
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Sep 14, 2009

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digital jewellery, textile sensors and wearable systems
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the Aeolia cello garment goes to MIT



The Aeolia team are thrilled to be taking the cello garment to Tangible and Embedded Interfaces 2010 at the Media Lab, MIT this week.



The garment is part of the Aeolia project on stretch sensing on the body. Whereas the backs used commercially available material, this piece uses our own explorations in knitted stretch sensing, created by Martha Glazzard at Nottingham Trent… Continue

Posted on January 25, 2010 at 1:30am — 5 Comments

textile stretch sensing



I was really lucky recently to work with some brilliant textile specialists to create these forms looking at aesthetic approaches to embedding stretch sensing.



Aeolia by Sarah Kettley in collaboration with Tina Downes (embroidery), Martha Glazzard (knit), Nigel Marshall (weave) and Karen Harrigan (fit).

Playing with the Merlin carbon rubber stretch sensor in various textile structures. With support from New Media Scotland,… Continue

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 7:55am — 2 Comments

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