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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project.

Professor: Leah Buechley (leah at media.mit.edu)
Office hours: Mondays 3-5pm
TA: Hannah Perner-Wilson (plusea at media.mit.edu)
Location: E14-525, new Media Lab building
Time: Wednesdays 1-4pm and Fridays 2-3pm
Course Number: MAS 962

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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project.

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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project.

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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project. Attach:princess.jpg Δ

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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project.

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Welcome to PmWiki!

A local copy of PmWiki's documentation has been installed along with the software, and is available via the documentation index.

To continue setting up PmWiki, see initial setup tasks.

The basic editing page describes how to create pages in PmWiki. You can practice editing in the wiki sandbox.

More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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This project-based course will explore the future of textiles, focusing particularly on blending rich crafting traditions with new technologies.  Topics will include textile-based electronics, textile fabrication, algorithmic pattern design, and composites.  We will experiment with a wide range of fibers, yarns, and fabrics including traditional materials like wool and cotton as well as metal fibers and yarns, fusible plastics, papers, and resins.  We will also explore techniques like felting, laser cutting, CNC knitting, digital printing, and CNC embroidery.  Students will complete weekly hands-on assignments and a final project.