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Hello everyone. I'm a University student ( CSD ) and this is my first project on the arduino platform ( lilypad ).

I want to use piezoresistive yarn to make something like the "smart sock" on this site -> http://www.alpha-fit.de/en/technology.html.

The think is that I have absolutely no idea where to start. I read the Open Software book ( 2nd edition ) but it had really basic stuff in it like make a push button.

If someone could enlighten me with some tutorials on.

How can I read values from a sock like this?

What materials will I need other than the piezoresistive yarn?

And how should these materials be aligned / used?

Any help is more than welcome. Thank you for your time.

Please be patient with me since it's my first project and the whole experience is alien to me.
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You should probably start by finding a supplier of the yarn - and when you do, post it here, please (I can think of numerous ideas for use with this stuff, if it is easily available)!
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The supplier is going to be Eeonyx. Details on the rest of the materials and how we're going to use it to follow later. Thank you for your interest.
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