Touch Board lets you become a one-man pots and pan band

As you can tell by now, we’re quite fond of the folks over at Bare Conductive. In one of their latest demonstrations of how the ATmega32U4 based Touch Board can be connected to almost anything, the crew has transformed ordinary items found throughout the kitchen — oranges, a pan, a toaster, a coffee maker, a tea kettle and even some silverware — into sound. Put them together and well, food won’t be the only thing you’re making on the counter!

Whether you’re an absolute beginner, a programming pro or looking for a great gift for a tinkerer, you can check out Bare Conductive’s recently-released Inventors Kit, which has all the bits and pieces you need to get started with a project like this! Need some more inspiration? Be sure to browse through our archives here for some impressive creations.

2 thoughts on “Touch Board lets you become a one-man pots and pan band

  1. Pingback: Rewind: 30 Maker musical masterpieces from 2014 | Bits & Pieces from the Embedded Design World

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