Apr 142010
 

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There are still a number of tickets available this Saturday for a new class here at Resistor.  It’s called Fun with Touch Sensors, and it features a lot of hands on interaction with the kinds of sensors you find in a iPod click wheel or smartphone touch screen. I think it will be a lot of fun, and it should give you some ideas about making your own interactive devices for fun, art, or practical purposes.

Every student gets a kit with a QT1106 Breakout board, a slider module, a wheel module, a small breadboard, a shift register, some LEDs with resistors, and even a plastic box and battery holder!

Here’s Joel’s video showing off the sensors:

If you’re on the fence, we’ve got a special TOUCHTHIS coupon code for the event that takes $10 off the admission price.  Just enter it in the Eventbrite registration page.

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  • Rob T.

    this was my first experience with NYC Resistor and a great class. Joel's a good teacher and the provided parts from Rachel's electronics (breakout board, slider sensor pcb, touch wheel pcb) made it even more worth while. If they hold this class again, I recommend it.

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