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Capacitive touch Mood light using Arduino

This instructable is a quick write-up of my experience creating a multifunctional moodlight. Some basic knowledge of electronic circuits is expected. The project has not yet finished, some adding functionality  and tweaking has to be done but it is already functional. If you guys are enthousiast about this instructable I will update it. At the …

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Resistive/Capacitive Sensing Tester (For E-textiles Soft Sensors and More)

A handy-dandy portable device for testing e-textile sensors on the fly. Sometimes your electronics workspace and your textiles workspace are not the same places. You want to make multiple samples and test them, but then you have to carry your whole electronics prototyping kit (laptop, breadboard, crocodile clips, Arduino etc) and do all the setup. …

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3D Printed Prosthetic Hand With Capacitive Touch Sensing

In this Instructables I’ve come with an idea that can be implemented to existing 3d printed prosthetic hands. In existing electrically powered prosthesis I Couldn’t find the use of capacitive touch sensing technology for the actuation of fingers. This project combines two very cool things, Arduino with Capacitive touch sensing for the actuation and remix of e-NABLE Phoenix hand design. …

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5″ capacitive touch panel with GSL1680 up’n running with arduino

Some months ago I wrote about getting a 7″ capacitive touch LCD up’n running with Arduino. Since that time I’ve investigated 5″ displays with capacitive touch. There are some, such as the NHD-5.0-800480TF-ATXL#-CTP from Newhaven which uses the FT5306 capacitive touch controller. That one is interesting because I already have touch driver for the FT5x06 …

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Capacitive Touch Sensor on Arduino

If you ever wanted to integrate touch sensitivity into your project, this board could just do the trick. It’s a capacitive touch sensor. These sensors are used in our everyday consumer electronics like notebook trackpads, video game consoles, touchscreens…just to name a few. They work on the principle of alteration of the electrostatic field. The …

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