Wearable microchip uses ultra-thin cables to make design seamless
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We have already seen the development of new microchips that enable users to create their own wearables, but now a new product is making it easier for fashion designers to experiment with the technology. The KeKePad, designed by Shanghai-based startup KeKeSmart, uses sewable modules that are designed to be as small as possible, and integrates specially made cables. The KeKePad is a micro-controller board, around 50 millimeters in diameter, with 12 tiny connectors that provide a full range of modular applications, such as lighting, sound and vibration sensors. The product is designed to make it easy for users to create their own…
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