Twittering Teddy was a successful DIY project for MyHome2.0. The Teddy can be detected by your computer through Bluetooth and is outfitted with text to speech audio and motor control capabilities.
A cute, bright, lighted DIY bow designed with saran wrap, hot glue, and a couple of LEDs for Curbly.com.
Wirelessly connected jewelry, created for couples or loved ones who want to share an intimate moment with one another when not together.
Girls in Tech (GIT) and iHeartSwitch.com are working together to bring you the Singular Blonde Project, a summer-long documentary of Alison’s experience at Singularity University. Get Involved »
Alison held a fashion hack workshop at Smart Fabrics 2010 that included both the LilyPad Arduino and Aniomagic’s sensors and lights. The attendees only had about 3 1/2 hours to use these tools to create an interactive garment or accessory.
A customized illuminated wedding dress with a soft glowing under skirt, a splash of light on the bodice, and feather-like tendrils of light for Mrs. Julia Howe.
Alison’s electrified living room makes the NY Times Home Section. “Home Crafts Get Wired” by Penelope Green | September 10, 2009
The lighted book cover is a DIY project for MyHome2.0.
Installation and setup of video kiosks and audio/visual orientation room for the re-opening of the Edison Historical Park.
As the visitor begins rowing, a miniaturized boat on the front panel moves up or down in relation to their speed. The small-scale boat moves on a scaled version of the Hillsborough River.
Oversized metal calculator for Waukegan’s children’s library.
WindChill machine for the Denver Museum of Nature & Science Exhibition Health.