# Computational Craft

## Temperature Inks

I tried painting various strands of thread with the different combinations of ink. It become more messy then actually functional.

## Exploration of Speakers

Below you will see the various exploration into the world of speakers. I tried various different speakers and ways to amplify the sound. The recorder was great. The loudest speakers was using large magnets, durlar paper which had a simple stiffness to it and copper tape. Other speakers using gold paint, wood, bare did not…

## Assignment 4 (Sensors)

For this assignment we were tasked at exploring the use of soft circuit materials as a sensor. To try to get a gradient and use multiple materials. This is an example of using conductive fabric.   IMG 2963 from Kristen Kersh on Vimeo.     Here is as cap sensing project working with graphite and…

## Final: Thermochromic Silkscreening

Prototype 3-4 Presentation DIAZ This is part of my thesis project using thermochromic pigment to silkscreen receipts.  The use of the pigment is to portray an image of a subject on the back of the receipt, over narrative text.  The idea is that when the image of the subject is touched, the image fades and…

## Final: Book Art with Arduino

This tunnel book reveals a story based on my true life and feeling. I started studying abroad in 2006 and stayed away from my family for 7 years. Since I moved to New York last summer, I felt that nobody was around me and being alone. One day, I saw full moon on my way…

## Final – 3D crocodile/lion puzzle

My presentation: Circuits final and check my Instructables link: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-crocodilelion-puzzle/

## Week 12 – Flexinol Trial

I made a circuit with flexinol wire that detects heat from Arduino. Copied the code into Arduino Uno and connected it to the circuit. The red paint on the paper was a thermochromic ink we studied in class. That color was supposed to be transparent when it got heat via flexinol wore. However, mine…