Bare Conductive Touch Board - Workshop Pack
All the kit and five times the power. Create interactive projects with the Workshop Pack.
It’s time to run a workshop! Learn to program, make music or create interactive projects with the Touch Board Workshop Pack.
This what you’ve been asking for: tools and resources to use Electric Paint and Touch Boards in a workshop setting. Whether you’re working with students, design, music, or engineering professionals, this pack will make your next workshop exciting, enriching and easy to run.
The Touch Board Workshop Pack comes with everything you need to run a workshop for up to 20 people using Electric Paint and the Touch Board. It’s supplemented by a series of free downloadable resources that provide information ranging from lesson plans, to tips and tricks, templates and case studies. The Digital Toolkit insures advanced users aren’t left out either.
Are you an educator, makerspace, creative agency or professional organisation? Perfect! The Touch Board Workshop Pack’s information and resources are designed to be easily adaptable to your specific needs.
Download the FREE resource packs today, and bring these creative electronic tools into your classroom.
Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint is just like any other water-based paint, except that it’s electrically conductive. This means that you can paint sensors directly onto most materials.
When used alongside the Touch Board, an easy-to-use Arduino@Heart microcontroller, it gives you the ability to turn almost any material or surface into a sensor.
- 5 x Touch Board
- 5 x Electric Paint 50ml Jar
- 5 x Electric Paint 10ml Tube
- 5 x MicroSD card
- 5 x MicroSD card reader
- 5 x Micro USB cable
- 5 x Universal USB plug
- 50 x Alligator clips
Getting started is easy:
The Touch Board comes pre-programmed with an audio guide that takes you through basic features and highlights of the board. The tutorial in the resources tab will get you up and running in no time.
Capacitive touch and distance sensing:
Want to paint an interactive wall? The Touch Board is for you. Connect something conductive – like our Electric Paint – to any one of the 12 electrodes and turn it into a reliable touch or distance sensor. Use the tutorials in the resources tab to see the power of the Touch Board’s sensors in action.
You've got an Arduino:
The Touch Board is easily programmed via the Arduino IDE. Use the tutorial below to get our libraries and example sketches on your machine instantly. Tune your distance sensors, play MP3s or make an amazing MIDI controller. It’s just an upload away
- Workshop Manual
- Techniques and Inspiration
- Basic Skills
- Basic Projects
- Digital Toolkit
- Touch Board FAQs
- Touch Board Video
- Touch Board Pin map
- 5 ways you can use with your Touch Board
- How to clean the electrodes
- How to do Projection mapping with the Touch Board
- Sound Library
- Touch Board + MaxMSP
- Touch Board + Ableton Live
- Touch Board + Grapher
- Make a MIDI guitar with the Touch Board
- Touch Board as an HID keyboard
- How to debug the Touch Board
- How to use the Touch Board and LEDs