Option 3: "Circuit Sticker workshop: Combine paper, conductive stickers, and lights to make artful circuitry"

  • Workshop
Friday, June 26, 2015 - 10:30am to 12:30pm

Jie Qi will lead a workshop using the Circuit Sticker kits she created as a researcher in the High-Low Tech and Responsive Environments Group at the MIT Media Lab.  Along with creating circuits of their own, teachers will find out how Circuit Sticker projects are designed for use in the classroom.

Paper Electronics Resources (from Jie Qi):

Chibitronics Circuit Stickers:  http://chibitronics.com/

Jie's paper electronics projects:  http://technolojie.com/category/featured-projects/

- pop-up book: http://technolojie.com/454/

- self-folding paper: http://technolojie.com/inputoutput-paper/

- dandelion painting: http://technolojie.com/pu-gong-ying-tu-dandelion-painting/

Circuit Scribe silver ink pen (works on any paper):  http://www.circuitscribe.com/

Agic silver ink pen (works on photo paper, can be inkjet printed):  http://agic.cc/

Conductive paints:  http://lessemf.com/paint.html

Yshield: graphite paint (not as conductive as metals)

cupro-cote paint: copper water-based paint (store air-tight as will corrode)

bare conductive carbon paint:  http://www.bareconductive.com/

Paper Circuits in the classroom:  http://www.nexmap.org/21c-notebooking-io

Hacking the Notebook online community:  https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/106297899247135466221 

Instructables tutorials:  http://www.instructables.com/howto/chibitronics/

Paper Circuits activities from Exploratorium museum:  http://tinkering.exploratorium.edu/paper-circuit

Fun experiments in circuit craft:  http://kit-of-no-parts.at/

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