PUBLICATIONS

September 2015

Wearable Studio Practice: Design Considerations for Digital Crafting in Harsh Environments by Andrew Quitmeyer and Hannah Perner-Wilson, to be published at ISWC 2015 in Osaka, Japan.

June 2015

Hacking the Wild: Madagascar 2015 Book by Andrew Quitmeyer, Hannah Perner-Wilson, Brian Fisher
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September 2013

Knit and Crochet sensors featured in Verena Kuni’s publication Häkeln und Stricken für Geeks

September 2013

Chapter on Textile Sensors published in Textile Messages: Dispatches From the World of E-Textiles and Education (New Literacies and Digital Epistemplogies)

August 2013

In the article “Technik die nie ein Mensch zuvor genäht hat” (Engl. “Technology that no Man has sewn before”) Elke Schick from Hardware Hacks writes about KOBAKANT’s projects and visions for the future of handmade electronics
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December 2012

The Crying Dress featured in the Technosensual Exhibition Catalog
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November 2012

Cloning Sheep Instructable featured in the book “Extraordinary Projects for Ordinary People: Do-It-Yourself Ideas from the People Who Actually Do Them”
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September 2012

A Kit-of-No-Parts poster presented at the Open Hardware conference in New York, USA
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September 2012

A Kit-of-No-Parts Photobook, available for purchase from Blurb
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September 2011

Mika Satomi, Hannah Perner-Wilson, 2011. Future Master craftsmanship: Where We Want Electronic Textile Crafts To Go, International Symposium on Electronic Art – ISEA2011 Istanbul
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September 2011

The Tilt Sensing Quilt is featured in The Power of Making Exhibition Catalog
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June 2011

A Kit-of-No-Parts, Masters Thesis, Master of Science in Media Arts and Sciences from the MIT Media Lab
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January 2011

Hannah Perner-Wilson, Leah Buechley, and Mika Satomi, Handcrafting textile interfaces from a kit-of-no-parts, in Proceedings of the fifth international conference on Tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction, TEI ’11 (New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2011), 61–68
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January 2011

Daniela K Rosner et al., “Fine bookbinding meets electronics,” in Proceedings of the fifth international conference on Tangible, embedded, and embodied interaction, TEI ’11 (New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2011), 345–348
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August 2010

Hannah Perner-Wilson and Leah Buechley, “Handcrafting textile mice,” in Proceedings of the 8th ACM Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, DIS ’10 (New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2010), 434–435
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March 2010

Tilt and Time Sensing Bracelets article presented at the Student Interaction Design and Research Conference 2010 (SIDeR) in UMEA, Sweden
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January 2010

Perner-Wilson, H. and Buechley, L. 2010. Making textile sensors from scratch. In Proceedings of the Fourth international Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied interaction (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, January 24 – 27, 2010). TEI ’10. ACM, New York, NY, 349-352
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November 2009

Massage my feet tutorial published in the German WEAVE Magazine on interaction design, conception and development. Instructions written by Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson, translated into German by Ilona Koglin
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August 2009

DIY Wearable Technology presented at the Wearable Materialities Panel at ISEA 2009 in Belfast, Northern Ireland
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June 2009

KOBAKANT is featured in the book Home Made Electronic Arts that was published by the Christoph Merian Verlag in Switzerland, text by Verena Kuni
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2008

Massage me published in the exhibition catalog for Homo Ludens Ludens, Laboral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial, ISBN: 978-84-612-4141-S
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May 2008

Massage me published in the book Fashionable Technology by Sabine Seymour, Springer Wien-New York, ISBN: 3211744983
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May 2006

Kein Gedankenloser Transport published in the exhibition catalog for Zukunft – Made in Solingen, Avedition-Verlag, ISBN: 3899860810
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