Our friend AmiedoubleD made an impressive interactive LEGO wall with the Touch Board that might inspire your next project!
Our friend AmiedoubleD, Cosplayer and Software Engineer, created her own LEGO Interactive Wall using the Touch Board and Electric Paint. When you touch various part of the wall, it plays the corresponding sound!
For the team at Bare Conductive, LEGO defined our youthful years, so we were excited to see what she created! Amie used 92 x Blue LEGO Baseplates that measure 32×32 studs or 10″ square and used Liquid Nails to apply the LEGO Baseplates to your wall.
She then used the Electric Paint to connect the Touch Board sensors to the LEGO parts and when the paint has dried, touching the LEGO parts played the corresponding sounds!
Images & Video: AmiedoubleD
This article first appeared on Instructable.