I am building a glove to supports a series of small boards (Arduino Pro Mini, breakout boards for sensors). Some board wil be on the back of the hand but some will be on the phalanxes.
How would you bind the boards to the glove ? The main issue is the elasticity of the fabric, which is not much elastic but elastic nevertheless. So the surface under every board is not the same when the glove is worn and when it is not.
I have already tried Velcro which is fine when one can glue a complete piece of Velcro strip on the back of a board, so it works only with boards having a flat bottom.
For small components I have tried hot glue and basically it works but it's not very clean and also it's quite rigid so it's not good for larger pieces or boards with more footprint. Also, I do not want to cover boards with hot glue.
I suppose I could sew boards with holes for screws but I can't sew and small board tend not to have a hole in every corner therefore I don't think it would be a solution.
Any suggestion ? Maybe there could be some way to bind the board's corners to the fabric ? A kind of cradle ? Is it a job for 3D printing ?
Thank you in advance.