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.
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.