Cyberknitics: Garment Generates Sound As You Knit

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Here is a wearable device that translates the rhythm of knitting into sound. Teresa Flour Lamb is the artist behind this project. The garment detects the movement of the hand to generate sounds. The wearer can use buttons on the forearm to alter the sound, which can be heard through a speaker or headphones.

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The design is flexible and modular. You can find out more about it here.

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