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Beta Test

Beta Test

Testing LED-equipped tutus at Brooklyn Ballet. Lots of lessons learned in this live test, including some unexpected issues with reset buttons.  LED brightness in the desired theater lighting, sensitivity, static electricity damage to the LED controllers (need a resistor on the LED end of the data lead, not at the head-end on the MCU.)  Dress rehearsal today, Apr 2.

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Sarah trying out Mike’s shirt…

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Sarah Choukah trying out Mike’s shirt after Olivia straightened up the stitching and wiring. The lights on the chest are controlled by tiny motion sensors on the front of the shirt. Along each arm is a strip that reacts to the motion of the arms. Part of a larger collaboration between my crew at NYC Resistor (http://www.nycresistor.com) and Brooklyn Ballet (http://www.brooklynballet.org).

Ballet, Hip-Hop, and Hacking – for the lulz, of course.

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