At this time, electronic components and individual silicone layers were still separate. First the middle and bottom layer had to be glued together to provide the frame for the components and cables. Later ones, now fully soldered and wired together, was placed in between two sandwiched layers and sealed with liquid silicone. Finally, the last layer was glued around the inside of the ring-shaped enclosure. The outside was kept open, providing access to the electronics. A transparent acrylic glass bubble was then placed on the back of the object (between the shoulder blades) to cover the biggest electronic components, such as the Arduino-board and the battery. With this last part finally in place, the device was ready for testing.

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