Peel-and-stick electronics with Circuit Stickers

Circuit Stickers are peel-and-stick electronics for crafting circuits. Makers can easily build glowing, sensing and interactive projects with Circuit Stickers, adding electronics to any sticker-friendly surface including paper, fabric and plastic.

“Building circuits with them is fun and easy – just stick them onto a surface like you would with a normal sticker, and build up a circuit by sticking several stickers together,” the Circuit Sticker crew wrote in a recent Crowd Supply post.

“They’re an approachable way to craft with electronics, whether you’re just starting out with circuits or creating complex interactive artworks.”

Currently, there are four primary categories of Circuit Stickers:

  • LED Stickers – Simple LED lights available in white, red, yellow and blue.
  • Effects Stickers – Generate an effect to control your LEDs with blink, fade, twinkle and heartbeat.
  • Sensors Stickers – Includes a light sensor, a microphone sensor for detecting sound and a trigger circuit.
  • Touch sensor/Microcontroller Sticker – Initially configured to to work as a touch sensor, although advanced users can program and customize the on-board ATTiny85 (Atmel) microcontroller (MCU).

“We’ve designed Circuit Stickers to be as easy-to-use as possible, so you don’t need a background in electronics to get started–our interactive sketchbook will teach you the basics,” the Circuit Stickers crew added. “Technically advanced users can program Circuit Stickers and even integrate traditional electronics to create more complex works. Circuit Stickers are also made the work well with a wide range of materials, so you can use whatever art and craft techniques that are most fun and familiar to you.”

Interested in learning more? You can check out the official Circuit Stickers project page on Crowd Supply here.

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