The Shirt Show
The physical interface for the shirt maker consists of laser-cut and bent steel around a hand-built walnut wooden frame. The unit houses an Arduino Mega which interfaces with the 17 rotary encoders, 10 digit keypad and momentary push button. Die-cut vinyl decals adhered to the steel face provide a label to each control on the interface.
The digital interface is a Cinder application which communicates with the Arduino to change the design parameters on the screen and update the shirt preview. A Node-based web service handles initial user design submissions and automates submitting shirt orders with Printful.
Special thanks to Max Thorson & Chris Moen for their assistance on this one.