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Diluting Electric Paint. How to do it, and what the consequences are.
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Raspberry Pi + Bare Conductive Paint + Pi Cap + RGB LEDs = AWESOME CONDUCTIVE SIGN!
Estefannie Explains It All
I decided to try my hand at replicating Bare conductives Midi Piano.
Make an interactive piggy bank using the Touch Board and Electric Paint.
Use Bare Conductive Electric Paint, an Arduino, and the anduinoWiFi shield to make a system that sends a text when a leak is detected!
Adam Cellon and Samir Undavia
It's a dimmer switch! Create your own touch interface for controlling your Philips Hue lights using Bare Conductive's conductive paint.
Learn how to connect your Pi Cap touch events to the Internet.
Use the grapher to visualise the sensitivity and precision of the Pi Cap’s sensors.
Make an interactive agenda using the Touch Board and Electric Paint.
Follow this tutorial to set up your Pi Cap with a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Follow this tutorial to set up your Pi Cap with a Raspberry Pi 1 A+/B+, Raspberry Pi 2, or Raspberry Pi 3.
Artist Thomas Evans explains how to make your projects smudge proof!
In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to code BBC micro:bit using MicroPython to display your name and other basic symbols.
Get ready for untethered musical fun!
Use the touch board to create a exploding kittens themed soundboard.
The Touch Board can be used as a MIDI interface to send MIDI note data to a programs like Garage Band and Ableton Live.
by Peter Krige on bareconductive.com
Create custom paper lamps with black Electric Paint and silver CircuitScribe ink.
Learn how to trigger the Touch Board over distance.
Write messages with your Touch Board – or control games!
Set up a touch sensitive light switch for your home or studio with a Touch Board, relay shield and some Electric Paint.
by Grace Attlee on bareconductive.com
The Touch Board works great out of the box to detect… well touch! But it’s also possible to trigger the sounds from a distance.
by Stefan Dzisiewski-Smith on bareconductive.com
We decided we wanted to create a simple Pressure Pad that we could use to reward our dog Smudge.
by stevenhb on bareconductive.com
Learn how to use the Touch Board’s stand-alone MIDI functionality to play multiple samples at the same time.