2022-07-10 (Su) SubdermalWirelessLEDs

My brace fit, but it sat in the wrong place. I decided to hold my idea of the futuristic gauntlet and get the power-transmitting coil working and wearable. I intended to loop elastic straps through the plastic on both sides of my forearm, but I added a couple of stretchy straps and some buckles. The buckles and tighteners were also from the dollar store, and I salvaged them from cat collars.

I made some assumptions about how well ordinary enamel-coated wire would function and measured enough for five loops that fit on the plastic. Five circles at this diameter are the same as the commercial version that came with my lights. I held everything in place with spiral wrap and glued the exposed areas with E6000 adhesive. It'll be slow going to stick all the wire down.
Glue on the electrical coil

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