Open Softwear-Fashionable prototyping and wearable computing by Tony Olsson, David Gaetano, Jonas Odhner, Samson Wiklund

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Ever time you try to upload a program to the Arduino these two LED:s should start to flicker on and off. If they don’t, have a look in your tools menu and check that the right com-port and board type is selected. If there where no errors in uploading the program is now stored in the Arduinos memory and will stay there until you replace it with a new one and after 5 seconds the program will start. If the LED next to pin 13 on the board starts to blink it’s safe to assume that the program was correctly uploaded and that there’s nothing wrong with your Arduino board.

If the button isn’t pushed the LED will remain off. You sew the buttons in place using conductive thread and connect two cables at the end. The trick is to yet again to use conductive thread to sew the button in place and then sew around the button hole using the same thread. Most modern sewing machines have a preprogrammed function for making button holes and will work perfectly for this. This example works the same way either with a normal sew-on button or a jeans button. In these examples we have put cables at the end to make it easier for rapid testing.

Every time we push the button we redirect the power to GND and if we read the status of the push button pin it will tell us LOW since there is no power in the pin at that moment. int myButton = 4; /* declare digital 4 on the Arduino as myButton */ int ledPin = 13; /* declare digital 13 on the Arduino as ledPin */ void setup(){ pinMode(ledPin,OUTPUT); /* set ledPin as an OUTPUT */ pinMode(myButton,INPUT); /* set myButton as an INPUT */ } digitalWrite(myButton,HIGH); /* activate internal resistor on pin 4 */ void loop(){ if(digitalRead(myButton) == LOW ){ /*check if the button is pushed */ digitalWrite(ledPin,HIGH); /* if the button is pushed, light led */ }else{ digitalWrite(ledPin,LOW); /* if the button isn’t pushed, turn off led */ } } Now we can upload the program to our Arduino board and connect the push button.

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