Posts Tagged ‘sensor’

Singing in the rain with an Arduino umbrella

8 bit Umbrella from E.D.K. on Vimeo. Here’s a good one, involving an Arduino board.An umbrella that sings in the rain has been demonstrated by Alice Zappe and Julia Lager of Berlin. They taped piezoelectric sensors to the underside of an umbrella and connected them to…

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The Stribe – A DIY LED touch Interface

This one was flagged up for Gadget Master by our Technology Editor, Steve Bush – a Do-Itself-Yourself LED Touch Interface, Hi-Fi style.

The Stribe, apparently created by one Josh Boughey, combines touch sensors with LEDs to provide visual feedback. Previously, reports Create Digital Music, the original version was…

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Don’t touch the touchless lightswitch!

It’s a miracle! A lightswitch that doesn’t require touch to operate? What will they think of next! We let the touchless lightswitch’s creator Ryan explain what led him to design the microcontroller-based capacitive sensor device: “I’ve found lately though that capacitive detection doesn’t have…

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