Seam-Ripping Continuity Meter - this is for people sewing with conductive thread. High tech! I found this project while looking for uses for Shapelock. It uses a basic seam ripper. I don't think I'd have a use for this, but it's a great example of using Shapelock (or Sugru) for homemad ergonomic improvements.
Wearable Tech – LilyPad Arduino Intro | Beginners guide to the LilyPad Arduino for wearable technology. During the course of the day you will be introduced to the basics of soft circuitry, some basic electronics, Arduino software, programming, and reading a sensor. At the end of the day you will have a functioning interactive patch, which you can sew onto a garment, bag or cushion cover.
E-motion is an interactive fashion project developed by ten students from the Fashion, Product and Interface Design Departments at Berlin University of the Arts (UdK) and the Institute of Fashion and Textile Design (IBT).
Our Social Body Lab's Audience Jacket, featured on Talk2MyShirt (wearable technology). Jacket uses wireless tech and sensors to react with audience noises (cheers, jeers and applause) depending on your movements. SO COOL.