I like how this is basically a cheap combination of two sensors. I actually built a tiny robot in high school freshmen year and had just a cheap touch sensor to work with in order for it to navigate through a maze. Why couldn’t I have this back then?
I really did not know that a color sensor had been developed, much less a pretty cheap one. I’m mostly interested in how functional it is and how it would bring new options to the usual physical computing art of limited color palette.
It’s a sewable GPS module. Wearable art is awesome, but wearable art combined with technology is even cooler. I can see possibilities of combining this module with other sensors on the cloth.