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March 15, 2012

Stage Combat Choreography Shirt uses Lilypad Arduino

at 10:36 am. Filed under Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


Check out this Stage Combat Choreography Shirt project that uses a Lilypad Arduino to control it. When learning stage combat audio cues are normally, Instructables user grossmr1 decided to create a method of directly indicating the area of interest directly by using LEDs. A glove is used to interface to the microcontroller which has contacts sewed into the finger tips. 

“Stage combat is the art of theatrical violence. Rather than resembling fencing, stage combat is choreographed like dance for aesthetic and theatrical effect as well as for safety. I chose to make a shirt for smallsword choreography, since the placement of the “targets” is convenient for sewing onto a shirt.  Targets are the areas which the actor aims to attack or defend.  For most of stage combat, the targets are outside of the body for safety reasons.”




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