Introduction: The touch board is a tool to make your projects interactive, responsive, smart or just fun. Use the Touch Board to change the world around you by turning almost any material or surface into a sensor. Paint a lightswitch on you wall, make a paper piano or create something nobodyâ€™s thought of yet. Connect anything conductive to one of its 12 electrodes and trigger a sound via its onboard MP3 player, play a MIDI note or do anything else that you might do with an Arduino or Arduino-compatible device. The Touch Board uses Atmelâ€™s ATMega32U4 Microprocessor to make the board easy to use, flexible and widely accessible. Built in USB hardware lets the Touch Board perform a variety of functions. Features: Â Touch and Distance sensing Â No programming required Â Arduino-compatible Â Works great with Electric Paint Â MP3 Player / MIDI device Â Micro SD card socket Â Standard 3.5mm audio jack Â LiPo battery charger Â HID capable Specification: Â Atmel ATMega32U4 Microprocessor Â Freescale MPR121 dedicated touch interface Â VLSI VS 1053B audio processor Â Arduino compatible Â 5V operating voltage (automatic voltage selector for USB or battery operation) Â LiPo battery charging with boost circuit for 5V operation Â 16 MHz clock speed Â Can be powered and programmed over USB Â 20 digital I/O pins Â 7 PWM channels Â 12 analog input channels Â 12 Touch electrodes (8 can be configured as digital inputs or outputs with PW/M capability) Â 84mm x 62mm foot print with maximum height of 10mm Â On/Off switch when powered from battery Â Touch Board Kickstarter Campion Getting Started with the Touch Board Setting up Arduino with your Touch Board Bare Conductive GitHub Proximity Code MIDI Interface Cod
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