Sparkfun Lilypad wearable platform at ProtoCentral India
The LilyPad Sewable Electronics Kit lets you explore the wonderful world of electronic sewing (e-sewing) and e-textiles through a series of introductory projects using the LilyPad system.
he LilyPad Design Kit (LDK) is a great way to get started with e-textiles. The LDK includes everything you need to complete 6 simple experiments that will teach you how to sew basic circuits, light LEDs, create interactive designs, and more.
LilyPad Reed Switch reacts to a magnet,designed to be a wearable in your e-textiles projects.
This is LilyPad Arduino - the main board consisting of an ATmega328 with the Arduino bootloader and a minimum number of external components to keep it as small (and as simple) as possible.
The LilyPad XBee is a breakout board for the popular XBee modules. Board includes easy-to-sew tabs and all the necessary power regulation to run on the LilyPad system.
The LilyPad Simple just got a whole lot... simpler. We've updated the Simple board to create the LilyPad USB by replacing the classic ATMega328 with the new ATMega32U4.
This is the LilyPad Rainbow LED Panel, a simple seven pack of every LilyPad LED that we have on five strips, each still attached to a PCB structure letting you take it apart at your leisure to be sewn into clothing or whatever else you can dream up.
This is the LilyPad Rainbow LED strip, a simple seven pack of every LilyPad LED that we have, each still attached to a PCB structure letting you take it apart at your leisure to be sewn into clothing or whatever else you can dream up.
The ProtoSnap LilyTwinkle board is a very simple way to jump right into e-textiles.
The LilyTwinkle is a tiny little LilyPad board designed to add some twinkle to your project. Even though it's as small as some of the LilyPad sensors, this board actually has an ATtiny microcontroller on it so it's actually pretty smart! Simply sew on 4 LEDs and connect a battery and the LEDs will twinkle-fade (a lot like fireflies... or lightning bugs,...
Sure, your flashing, chip-tune playing t-shirt is really cool at the party... but at some point you need to turn it off. And yes, you could just pull the battery, or maybe you've even sewn a LilyPad slide switch in-line.
The ProtoSnap Lilypad series is a new way to prototype your lilypad project without a breadboard.