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design iterations - 3D printed wearable piece

This prototype is composed of two parts, one printed with ninjaflex and another one with PLA (blue).
The rigid piece is the piece that connects the spikes and it's sewn to fabric, on that way we can detach the spikes to place LED's or to exchange different shapes. You can see in the photos bellow how flexible is the surface that we can create with different configurations of these spikes.

And this is how it looks when they are attached to the fabric arm band.

Designing the Bio-sensor wrist band

This prototype places the sensors independently, so they can be adjusted to everyone.

It is composed by two 3D printed pieces, one solid with PLA (blue) and another flexible using ninja flex (white). The shape allow us to extend the length of the arm band by adding more pieces in case it's necessary.
This prototype is working well, but now we need to unify this design to make it easy to install and give it an interesting look. 
 

Google Talking Shoe - Behind the Scenes

Excited to meet three of our heros in one place: Satoru Higa, Neil Mandoza, and Marek Bereza at Cannes Lions festival.  

Excited to meet three of our heros in one place: Satoru Higa, Neil Mandoza, and Marek Bereza at Cannes Lions festival.  

Amazing Seafood restaurant at Cannes w/ Joe and Zach

Amazing Seafood restaurant at Cannes w/ Joe and Zach

The YesYesBot - Halloween

Yesyesbot / candybot out on halloween night to give away candies.

 It was a blast to keep all the wonder women, super heros, princesses, wild animals and clowns and witches happy in one night.

The YesYesBot at Maker Faire Rome

Articles — Italian Media

The Creator’s project — YesYesBot by YesYesNo

R2D2 electronic set up

R2D2 electronic set up - Pi + Arduinos — Built @yesyesno 

R2D2 Remote Control app built by Jamie Kosoy with Node JS