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We will first take a look at the basic qualities and possibilities of printed electronics, as well as the characteristics of the tools we are going to use. Here we focus on the screen printing methos and the concept of capacitive sensing with Arduino. Students will design their own objects which we will print on and connect to an Arduino in our second meeting. How about a hot key for your favourite piece of software printed on your sketchbook?
 
We will first take a look at the basic qualities and possibilities of printed electronics, as well as the characteristics of the tools we are going to use. Here we focus on the screen printing methos and the concept of capacitive sensing with Arduino. Students will design their own objects which we will print on and connect to an Arduino in our second meeting. How about a hot key for your favourite piece of software printed on your sketchbook?
  
== Admission requirements / Voraussetzung zur Teilnahme an der Veranstaltung ==
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== Admission requirements ==
 
Basic knowledge regarding microcontrollers and electronics components is helpful, but technical pre-requisites are not required. Concurrent enrollment in other IFD courses offering is strongly encouraged.
 
Basic knowledge regarding microcontrollers and electronics components is helpful, but technical pre-requisites are not required. Concurrent enrollment in other IFD courses offering is strongly encouraged.
  
== Registration procedure / Anmeldung ==
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== Registration procedure ==
'''Please register at the faculty's module registration on Tuesday, April 4th.''' Students who are not able to take part in the faculty module registration, please register until '''April 3rd''' by email with the Subject ''{{PAGENAME}}'' to: florian.wittig (at) uni-weimar.de.  
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'''Please register at the faculty's module registration.''' Students who are not able to take part in the faculty module registration, please register until '''November 4th''' by email with the Subject ''{{PAGENAME}}'' to: f.wittig (at) gmx.de.  
 
Your email should contain the following information:
 
Your email should contain the following information:
  

Revision as of 08:10, 22 October 2018

Fachmodul als Blockmodul / Subject Module as Block Module
Printed Interfaces
Instructor: Florian Wittig
Credits: 6 ECTS, 3 SWS
Capacity: max. 8 students
Language: English
Date: 24-25 November 2018, 10:00-16:00; presumably 01-02 December 2018, 10:00-16:00
Location: Marienstraße 7b, Room 002
First Meeting: 24 November 2018


Description

Printed Electronics can turn everyday objects into interfaces for the digital world. We will use screen printing with conductive ink to print our own designs on paper, leather, or glass and use them as buttons or slider with the help of microcontrollers such as Arduino. This way we we create objects which serve as input devices for digital functionalities. We will first take a look at the basic qualities and possibilities of printed electronics, as well as the characteristics of the tools we are going to use. Here we focus on the screen printing methos and the concept of capacitive sensing with Arduino. Students will design their own objects which we will print on and connect to an Arduino in our second meeting. How about a hot key for your favourite piece of software printed on your sketchbook?

Admission requirements

Basic knowledge regarding microcontrollers and electronics components is helpful, but technical pre-requisites are not required. Concurrent enrollment in other IFD[[IFD:Start|Interface-Design]] courses offering is strongly encouraged.

Registration procedure

Please register at the faculty's module registration. Students who are not able to take part in the faculty module registration, please register until November 4th by email with the Subject Printed Interfaces WiS18 to: f.wittig (at) gmx.de. Your email should contain the following information:

  • name, surname
  • program and semester (Studienprogramm und Fachsemester)
  • matriculation number (Matrikelnummer)
  • valid email address @uni-weimar.de (no other mailing addresses will be accepted) Why?
  • short sentence on why you want to participate in this course.

Evaluation / Geforderte Prüfungsleistung zur Erlangung eines Leistungsnachweises

Active participation; planning & fabricating an object containing a printed circuit, documentation.

Eligible participants / Zielgruppe

Graduates enrolled in the Faculties of Media, Art and Design, and in the MediaArchitecture program.
Open to students of other departments, please ask the staff at your department wether the credit points can be taken into account.

Syllabus

November 24 - First meeting, Introduction to printed electronics, Introduction to screen printing
November 25 - Collecting ideas, Designing circuits

December 1 - Printing, Individual project work
December 2 - Continued project work, Final Presentations


Literature

Printed Electronics:

  • Suganuma, Katsuaki: Introduction to Printed Electronics. New York: Springer Science+Business Media, 2014.
    ISBN 978-1-4614-9624-3 (Print) ISBN 978-1-4614-9625-0 (Online)
    (E-Book accessible via a link in the catalogue of the university library)
  • Nan-Wei Gong, Jürgen Steimle, Simon Olberding, Steve Hodges, Nicholas Gillian, Yoshihiro Kawahara, and Joseph A. Paradiso: PrintSense: A Versatile Sensing Technique to Support Multimodal Flexible Surface Interaction. CHI 2014 Toronto: ACM, 2014.


Screenprinting:

  • Lengwiler, Guido: Die Geschichte des Siebdrucks: Zur Entstehung des vierten Druckverfahrens. Sulgen: Niggli, 2013. ISBN 978-3-7212-0876-4

Links