Sketch&Stitch: Interactive Embroidery for E-textiles

@article{Hamdan2018SketchStitchIE,
  title={Sketch\&Stitch: Interactive Embroidery for E-textiles},
  author={Nur Al-huda Hamdan and Simon Voelker and Jan O. Borchers},
  journal={Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems},
  year={2018}
}
E-Textiles are fabrics that integrate electronic circuits and components. [...] Key Method The system takes a picture of the sketch, converts it to embroidery patterns, and sends them to an embroidery machine. Alternating between sketching and stitching, users build and test their design incrementally.Expand
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