Interactive Workshop Pack

Introduce design and electronics through three creative projects.

Are you looking to run a creative interactive workshop? Perfect! The Interactive Workshop Pack is the best resource available to anyone who
wants to engage individuals from
non-engineering backgrounds with electronics.

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Interactive Workshop Pack 

Introduce design and electronics through three creative projects.

Are you looking to run a creative interactive workshop? Perfect! The Interactive Workshop Pack is the best resource available to anyone who wants to engage individuals from non-engineering backgrounds with electronics.

Buy Now

Run workshops and discover the
power of creative technology.

Run workshops and
discover the power of
creative technology.

The pack comes with everything you need to run 3 different workshop activities. Create musical instruments, game controllers, and interactive posters using Electric Paint and Printed Sensors, and the Touch Board. Each project comes with complete instructions, and one workshop pack can be run with up to 25 participants.

We've created the Interactive Wall Kit to enable you to create large-scale interactive graphics, artworks, and murals. Whether it is on a wall, window, or floor, this kit brings entire spaces to life. The kit includes the core components you need to build an experience up to 20m in width with 12 points of interaction, straight out of the box. Add some optional Electric Paint and make an interactive mural or use custom content to make an incredible projection mapping experience.

We've created the Interactive Wall Kit to enable you to create large-scale interactive graphics, artworks, and murals. Whether it is on a wall, window, or floor, this kit brings entire spaces to life. The kit includes the core components you need to build an experience up to 20m in width with 12 points of interaction, straight out of the box. Add some optional Electric Paint and make an interactive mural or use custom content to make an incredible projection mapping experience.


Play music with paper

Use the Printed Instruments Sensors to create a MIDI paper orchestra! Participants connect their Touch Boards to printed sensors, select an instrument, and play a tune.


Play music with paper

Use the Printed Instruments Sensors to create a MIDI paper orchestra! Participants connect their Touch Boards to printed sensors, select an instrument, and play a tune.

Create A Sound Mural

If you want to create a robust, interactive sound mural, where sensors respond to touch and proximity with sound and music, then the Interactive Wall Kit is the perfect tool for you.

Create A Sound Mural

If you want to create a robust, interactive sound mural, where sensors respond to touch and proximity with sound and music, then the Interactive Wall Kit is
the perfect tool for you.

Design game controllers

We’ve created a game so you can design the game controllers! Use Electric Paint to paint interfaces, and get playing. For a more advanced workshop, why not modify the code and create your own rules?

Bare Conductive

Make interactive posters

Make your presentations interactive. Combine Printed Sensors with the Touch Board and let your posters do the talking with proximity and touchless sensing!

Powered by the
Touch Board

Straight out of the box, the Touch Board is pre-programmed to turn any conductive object into a sensor or switch to play sounds stored on the included microSD card.
It can be re-programmed via the Arduino IDE so you can customize the function of the 12 capacitive touch and proximity sensors.

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12 Electrodes

12 capacitive touch and proximity electrodes.

Completely Level Base

Easily attach it onto any flat surface.

MP3 decoder and
MIDI synthesizer

Play MP3 files or simulate a MIDI instrument via speakers or headphones connected to the audio jack. 

MicroSD Included

Upload MP3 files onto the supplied microSD card and change it without having to reprogram the Touch Board.

USB Serial, MIDI interface and mouse and keyboard

When plugged into a computer, the Touch Board can act as a USB serial device, USB MIDI interface or as a USB mouse or keyboard. Use the data from the electrodes as an input for software that utilises either serial, MIDI or keyboard strokes.

Contents

5 x Touch Board
4 x Electric Paint 50ml jar
5 x Electric Paint 10ml tube
6 x Printed Sensors
6 x Instrument Sensors
1 x Guidebook
1 x Sheet carbon dots
2 x USB hub
5 x Mini speakers
5 x MicroSD card
5 x MicroSD card reader
5 x Micro USB cables
50 x Alligator clips
60 x Sticky tabs
6 x Velcro stickers

Contents

1 x Touch Board
1 x Electrode Shield
12 x Electrode Pads
12 x Shielded cables
42 x Fixing screws
1 x Interactive Wall Guide
50 x Cable management clips
1 x Cable marking set
1 x microSD card
1 x microSD card reader
1 x Micro USB cable

Contents

1 x Touch Board
1 x Electrode Shield
12 x Electrode Pads
12 x Shielded cables
42 x Fixing screws
1 x Interactive Wall Guide
50 x Cable management clips
1 x Cable marking set
1 x microSD card
1 x microSD card reader
1 x Micro USB cable

Touch Board Technical Information

The Touch Board is a microcontroller board with dedicated capacitive touch and MP3 decoder ICs. It has a headphone socket and micro SD card holder (for file storage), as well as having 12 capacitive touch electrodes. It is based around the ATmega32U4 and runs at 16MHz from 5V. It has a micro USB connector, a JST connector for an external lithium polymer (LiPo) cell, a power switch and a reset button. It is similar to the Arduino Leonardo board and can be programmed using the Arduino IDE. The ATmega32U4 can appear to a connected computer as a mouse or a keyboard, (HID) serial port (CDC) or USB MIDI device.

For full technical specifications, please refer to the Technical Data Sheet here.

Microcontroller: Microchip ATmega32U4
Audio output:15mW into 32Ω via 3.5mm stereo socket
Removable storage: Up to 32GB via micro SD card
Operating voltage: 5V DC
Max. output current (5V rail): 400mA (100mA at startup)
Capacitive touch electrodes: 12 (of which 8 can be configured as digital I/O)
Digital I/O Pins: 12, of which 5 can are dedicated but can be unlinked via solder blobs
PWM channels: 7 (shared with digital I/O pins)
Analogue input channels: 12 (shared with digital I/O pins